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Originated from New Zealand and has been taken to United Kingdom, QuadSki share the same patent technology for High Speed Amphibian (HSA) technology with GibbsTech’s Aquada amphibian car.

The wonder of this Quadski lies on the transformation speed from a Jetski to ATV and reversely could be achieved in mere five seconds. Quadski Amphibious ATV Jetski comes with a 140 bhp motor capable of reaching 50 mph (72km/h) on both land and water.

Video below will show you how rapid the transformation between from ATR to Jetski and reversely could take place…

Quadski is powered by a 140 BHP petrol driven engine, which provides drive to the wheels on land and a marine jet pump on water. It is capable of travelling at 50 mph (72 km/h) on both land and water and the transition from one medium to the other takes less than five seconds. On entering water, the wheels are retracted into the body of the vehicle at the flick of a switch. Quadski’s fuel tank allows it to travel for up to two hours on water and has a land range of 600 kilometres.




Owner of GibbsTech, Allan Gibb, has been quite renown for his amphibious vehicles and as media headlines in recent years. And partly because his wonderful inventions on amphibious vehicles are really working and his Aquada has set records in the hands of Sir Richard Branson.

Two other quality amphibious vehicle made by GibbsTech are Aquada which has made world record for crossing the English Channel – and the Humdinga, a five-seater, four-wheel drive vehicle capable of travelling up to 80 mph (130 kph) on land and 45 mph (70 kph) on water.

Mr Gibbs said the Quadski fills a “vital gap” for farmers and other outdoor workers who need amphibious flexibility in their transportation, adding that it would also “delight off-road enthusiasts who refuse to stop at the water’s edge.” Commenting on the launch of the Quadski prototype, Alan Gibbs, the founder of UK based Gibbs Technologies Ltd. said, “”I know consumers will love the fun of driving a Quadski on land one minute and then head straight into the sea or river the next. But there is a very serious side to Quadski as well: emergency services and aid workers will be able to reach areas and people no two or four wheel drive vehicle could reach.” Gizmag has covered a wide array of amphibious vehicles over the last few years.

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