Gibbs Sports Amphibians
Gibbs Sports Amphibians announced that it has received approval from the California Air Resources Board to sell its Gibbs Quadski in the state.
Michigan-based Gibbs Sports Amphibians plans to add dealers, hire additional employees and introduce several new products following the successful launch of the Gibbs Quadski – the world’s first personal sports amphibian — earlier this year.
During his Detroit-area visit promoting business collaborations between the two countries, the United Kingdom Minister of State for Business and Energy Michael Fallon visited Gibbs Sports Amphibians’ U.S. headquarters in Auburn Hills.
FEV partnered with Gibbs Sports Amphibians in the development of the Quadski, touted by Gibbs as the first personal sports amphibian.
Well, this makes sense. Fresh from its appearance at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the world’s first high-speed amphibious vehicle, the Gibbs Quadski, will make its marine-show debut at the Detroit Boat Show Feb. 16-24 at Cobo Center.
Gibbs Sports Amphibians Inc. has scheduled a lunch hour press conference Monday to launch its high-speed amphibian vehicle, which it says is the world’s first available for consumer purchase.
Gibbs Technologies Inc., based in Auburn Hills, has changed its name to Gibbs Sports Amphibians Inc., according to Gibbs Chairman Neil Jenkins.