The Amphicoach is the world's first commuter bus that can travel on land and water.
The amphibious bus has seating capacity for 50 passengers.
Amphicoach is built on a bus platform, but has the hull of a boat, which allows it to float.
Amphicoach operates like a regular bus while on road. Once in water two water jets move it along at speeds of up to 8 knots.
Amphicoach was first developed to serve as a replacement for the 500 year old ferry service between the Scottish cities of Renfrew and Yoker.
Amphicoach is available for purchase worldwide and is already being considered to begin service on the Hudson River in New York. The amphibious bus has also been successfully tested in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
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