Reassure that while the Zeltini Z-Triton Houseboat Trike looks like shrunk down version of the Navy’s stealth warship, it is not. The multifaceted design is not designed with the intention of evading radar.
So, what exactly is the Zeltini Z-Triton Houseboat Trike? Well, it is houseboat, a super tiny one, that is also a trike. Electrically assistance one, of course. Or else you would break your leg paddling it.
It being a trike, i.e. travels on land, effectively makes it an amphibious vehicle, or in this instance, an amphibious home/camper. It is a home away from home that never consider water bodies as obstacle.
The best part is, it has room for two – thanks to its 3.6 meters by 1.3 meters (about 12 feet by 4.3 feet) real estate.
Zeltini Z-Triton Houseboat Trike is powered by a pair of 250W electric hub motors that tops out at 25 mph (40 km/h) and when in the water, the electric outboard engine offers a top speed of 19 mph (around 16.5 knot or 30 km/h).
No words on its range on land and in water, though, and how it can be charged.
Anywho, the Zeltini Z-Triton Houseboat Trike should be a fun, alternative form of transport for outdoor adventure seekers. I would love to have one, but the thing is, there’s no telling how much it will cost as price has not been confirmed by Zeltini. No surprise if it costs an arm or a leg, or even both.