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How do you even get into an amphibious vehicle, you ask? A scuba hatch, so whatever you do, don't tell your buddy John Locke about this.
It also comes with waterproof storage compartments large enough to fit bikes, or if you're Dexter:
bodies bikes also.
The front fin folds down for driving on land but, once you hit the water, it folds up, making it the second thing of yours that retracts in cold water.
Able to reach 180mph, SL's packing a whole stockpile of engine awesome in the trunk.
The cockpit (bridge? deck?) is outfitted with all the gauges an amphibious vehicle could need. We totally know what this one's for, we just want you to figure it out on your own.
Equipped with more than just a steering wheel (borrring!), this car comes complete with a joystick that's likely for extra maneuvering and not shooting weaponry, because that would be ridiculous.
Wait… is that a LASER?!?
And, unlike that terrible hovercraft purchase, this amphibious machine looks great on land...
…but even greater on water, passing your yacht. Speaking of how ridiculously rich you are, click here to find out how much this thing costs, and how to buy it.