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Not knowing video and not knowing what you exactly mean by "car runs on water" it seems question is unanswerable.
I think you are more or less right, water doesn't yield fast enough for the car to sink so it just skims on the surface. It is not much different from what so called "Jesus Lizard" does: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSLUwmJOo_M (I remember an interesting article on these lizards in either National Geographic or Scientific American, not sure how precisely physics was explained).
For plastics, as you mentioned, I would read into time-temperature superposition. This explains, for example, silly putty.Could the same concept apply for water?
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