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.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He's currently trying to figure out if it would be legal to race these up the LA Aquaduct. If you know the answer to that, let him know on Twitter.