Gibbs Terraquad Amphibious UTV

Aug 15, 2018

Category: Rides

Conquering land and sea is a feat that usually requires two vehicles, however, Gibbs Amphibians built a Utility Terrain Vehicle (UTV) that allows you to cover both. Their Terraquad is a beastly transformer that can transition from off-road warrior to water-ready ripper in just a few seconds.

Based on Gibbs’ successful Quadski design, the Terraquad utilizes proprietary HSA technology that allows the vehicle to use waterways. Packing a 4-cylinder petrol engine with a maximum output of 140hp, you can go at a top land speed of 50mph and you won’t lose much power on the water, as the Terraquad can reach up to 45mph on the sea. While in the water, this UTV is powered by Gibbs’ custom jet technology, making for a nifty way to clean those off-road tires and cool down after rolling through muddy terrain. This transformer toy for grown-ups is a must-have for outdoor enthusiasts.

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