When last we talked to our friends at WaterCar, the fledgling maker of fast amphibians was hoping to get enough orders to justify beginning production of its Panther, a Jeep lookalike fast amphibian.
Gibbs Amphibians has said that it plans to introduce new products every 12-18 months, but the company has been tight-lipped about what it is planning. So let’s speculate about what Gibbs could make next. What if Gibbs was planning two-wheel and three-wheel fast amphibians?
Third of three-part series: A top consultant in the powersports industry says Gibbs Sports Amphibians might want to consider building a fast amphibian that is more quad and less ski.
As they battle for regulatory approval of these groundbreaking products, powersports consultant Gary Gustafson said the companies operating in the amphibious space – even companies such as Argo and other skid-steer-style amphibians – should consider banding together lobby regulators for approval of their unique vehicles.