The idea seems like something a James Bond villain's henchmen would drive — an ATV mounted on a pair of jet skis. But it's real, it's called the Typhoon, and a company called Shadow Six is gearing up to build 30 of them early next year. The Typhoon takes a Polaris RZR side-by-side and mounts it, suspension and all, on two wave-runners. Power comes from two Yamaha GP1800 SCHO R marine engines, a 1.8 inline-four that together makes 500 horsepower. That's enough to push the Typhoon to 80 MPH. Far from being a mad scientist's bolt-together dream, the Typhoon uses carbon fiber and titanium throughout the structure, keeping weight to just over 2,300 pounds, with 73% of that under the waterline. The Aquatic Utility Vehicle seats three, carries 37 gallons of fuel, and features racing seats and Bluetooth connectivity. Watch the Typhoon in action on Shadow Six's YouTube channel.