It features a flat bottom much like a traditional riverboat, so it can float at idle in just six inches of water. Meanwhile, a 110 hp four-cylinder engine gets it going fast enough that you can skim across any path, so long as there's two to three inches of water. That's basically the equivalent of a heavy rain on a city street.
That means you can do things like this. Call it creek-bed drifting, which should definitely be a thing.