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A software engineer asked by a Tesla Roadster owner to see what information the car was collecting on its performance managed to crack Tesla's data format. He found it records every second of its use.
With the front-end of a truck and the rear-end from a Corvette, the Python amphibious vehicle can go 60 MPH on the water, making it the fastest amphibious vehicle ever. Photos and details below.