The World’s First Amphibious Passenger Coach

Are You Concerned about global warming is causing ice caps are melting and seas rising? If the apocalyptic predictions of environmentalists in reality, at least you can still take a bus tour through the flooded streets of the coastal cities of Europe, thanks to the AmphiCoach GTS-1.

Billed as the first fully amphibious passenger coach, built AmphiCoach Malta GTS-1 goes into production this year after three years of design and development. The company already has twelve confirmed orders, with fifty other pending applications. The AmphiCoach GTS-1 is available on the steering wheel left or right, and conforms to all relevant EU noise and emission regulations.

AmphiCoach has not published the final details of the production version, but the prototype is based on a chassis Irisbus Italy. A redesigned outer shell gives the AmphiCoach to stable, seaworthy hull, and a unique look on the road, Iveco and a common-rail engine provides power. Pricing is set at £ 280,000 in the UK.

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