EDAG likes to innovate, as they've proven with their LUV which was presented at the 2007 Geneva Auto Salon. This time around EDAG took a look at how they could lend a hand to flood victims and the government institutions who try to help them. EDAG have come up with an amphibian quad with a few fancy tricks. Firstly, the lifeboat can either use the traditional jet engine for in the water, but with a press of a button the wheels retract from the vehicle and will allow the lifeboat to drive on land. Secondly, the hull of the boat is based on the catamaran principle, guaranteeing greater stability and a shallow draught. The lifeboat has room for 10 people and can carry 910kg. More after the jump.

EDAG Amphibian Lifeboat