Is the CT and T Amphibious Electric Car For Real?

After looking all over the internet for any new information on the CT&T Multiple Amphibious Vehicle, there has been nothing new for several years. That’s a shame because the Korean electric automaker (CT&T) showed a promising concept, that looked production ready, at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show.

Had it been built, the CT&T Multiple Amphibious Vehicle would have had a range of 70 miles, a top speed of around 40 mph on land and about 10 mph on the water.

CT& T is still in the electric automotive business, but they build electric delivery vehicles and golf carts.