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Gibbs Humdinga - Amphibian SUV

Jun 4 2004, 9:39am EST | by , in News | Other Stuff

Gibbs Humdinga - Amphibian SUV
 
 

Gibbs introduces military version of the Aquada amphibian car called Humdinga.

Powered by a 350 HP engine, the 5-seater 'Humdinga' is capable of travelling on land at 100 mph and on water at 40mph. Although the new water SUV uses the same patented HSA (High Speed Amphibian) technological platform as the Gibbs Aquada, it shares no common component parts or systems with its predecessor.
The Gibbs Humdinga switches from land to water mode with a push of a button. The wheels retract, the power train switches from the wheels to a jet propulsion system and the vehicle is in amphibious mode.
As a concept vehicle, it is not intended that the Gibbs Humdinga will be manufactured in its current form unless Arnold Schwarzenegger orders one.
More details on Humdinga Product Page. News seen on Engadget.


See also the live action Gibbs Aquada Video at our Partner Double Agent if you have not seen it yet.

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