More than 30 years since Roger Moore's 007 put the idea into every guy's head, someone has finally replicated the underwater auto experience. Swiss design company Rinspeed has created the sQuba ($1.4 million), the world's first submersible car. Based on the Lotus Elise (it was a Lotus Esprit in The Spy Who Loved Me), the all-electric convertible can drive you to the lake in style and then dive underwater to a depth of over 30 feet. The car's engine was removed and replaced by three motors — one for land driving, good for up to 75 mph, and two others for the underwater propellers. Power is supplied by rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries. You can check the sQuba out in person at the Geneva Motor Show next month, but, unfortunately, there are no current plans to build others besides this prototype.

  • Hummer H2 Safari

    It's only a concept right now, but we could see GM actually releasing this open-air edition Hummer. Sporting a huge folding canvas roof panel and rugged matte olive paint, the Hummer H2 Safari ($TBD) is ready for any overland journey. It's powered by a 393-horsepower 6.2L V-8, and features 20-inch wheels with Mickey Thompson 35-inch off-road tires, heavy-duty suspension with two-inch lift kit, a dockable GPS unit, removable rear quarter windows, and outdoor luggage and gun racks.

  • Honda CR-Z

    Paying homage to the classic CR-X hatchback, Honda will premiere this bad-ass hybrid sports concept at the 40th annual Tokyo Motor Show this month. The Honda CR-Z ($TBD) is a lightweight sports car with amazing styling and a gas-electric hybrid system for clean performance. Standing for "Compact Renaissance Zero," the CR-Z sports an aggressive front end, LED headlights, and big 19-inch wheels. The mesh and glass interior, meanwhile, gives "futuristic" a whole new meaning. [Click the title of this post for more photos.]

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