GIBBS Quadski Amphibious 4 Wheel Drive Quad

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

We’ve seen prototypes of the GIBBS Quadski for years, but starting next month you will finally be able to own one of these amazing amphibious quads in the United States.

The 4WD Gibbs Quadski can hits speeds of up to 45 miles per hour on land, and after tucking its wheels in a blazing five seconds can hit the same speeds coasting across the top of the water. The 1,3000 pound vehicle is powered by BMW four cylinder motor that pumps out 175 horsepower. Thanks to a 15 gallon fuel tank, no need to worry about filling up every few minutes either. The GIBBS Quadski will even be manufactured in the good ‘ole USA when it hits the retail scene next month with a sticker price of $40,000 USD. [Purchase]

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