A car that's also a boat, airplane, and helicopter

Pushing the envelope of automotive creativity, British concept designer Philip Pauley has penned an all-in-one water-capable car, helicopter, and airplane.

Pushing the envelope of automotive creativity, British concept designer Philip Pauley has penned a vehicle that wears a lot of hats, so to speak, and uses attachments to become a boat, plane, or helicopter.

The Halo Intersceptor is a 311-mph four-seater sports car around which the boat, plane, and helicopter are designed. To transform from a supercar to another mode of transport, the vehicle snaps into a structural attachments to power the new boat/plane/helicopter. It may sound far fetched, but Pauly says his concept is a road map that auto manufacturers should follow and design as the current road infrastructure reaches its full capacity.

What do you think? Is it too much of a good thing or an efficient transformer for the space constrained, island-dwelling, playboy millionaire?

Is it a car? Is it a boat? Is it a plane? Or is it all three?
Is it a car? Is it a boat? Is it a plane? Or is it all three? Philip Pauley
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