pant1pant2pant3
Fiberglass Hull Profile Image
Fiberglass Hull

The Panther’s Adventurous Appearance Incorporates A Durable Light Weight Fiberglass Body/ Hull, And Is A Next Generation Off Road Chromoly Chassis Built To Hold Up To Extreme Pounding Abuse On Land Or In Water. Not Only Is The Body/hull Extraordinarily Strong, It Is Filled With 32 Cubic Feet Of …

Engine Profile Image
Engine

After Many Years Of Testing Multiple Engine Combinations, The Clear Winner Was The Reliable Honda V6 V-Tec.

It Has A Proven Ten Year Track Record With Its 250 HP Outboard Motor Lasting Over 5000 Hours Between Rebuilds In Some Of The Harshest Environments In The World. The Same Motor …

Transfer Case Profile Image
Transfer Case

The Most Important Component That Makes The Panther Possible Is The Patented Transfer Case That Converts The Power From The Motor To The Jet And The Transmission. WaterCar Inc. Designed And Patented Their Revolutionary Amphibious Transfer Case In 2004; It Has Proved To Be Indestructible. It Uses The Winter’…

Interior Profile Image
Interior

There Are An Unlimited Amount Of Cool Aftermarket Products To Customize The Panther. The Seats Are Off Road Suspension Seats That Are Designed To Absorb The Big Bumps And Smooth Out The Ride No Matter How Rough The Water Or Terrain may Be. The Seats Are Made Of Stainless Steel …

 Specifications

Weight: 2950 Lbs

Height: 69″ Windshield Up

: 51″ Windshield Down

: 44″ Windshield Down, Wheels Retracted

Length: 180″

Width: 72″

Water Speed: 44 Mph

Land Speed: 55+ Mph

Passengers: 4

 F.A.Q

How much does a “PANTHER” COST?  the price ranges from $126,000 to $155,000 depending on your specifications.

Can the Panther be used in open water?

 

a. The Panther can be used in open water but it is a 15 foot boat and limited as to how rough of a sea in which it can be safely operated.

Does an amphibious vehicle require more maintenance than a regular car?

a. Amphibious definitely require more maintenance than a standard automobile. While the Panther only has one motor, it has two propulsion systems each having its own unique maintenance needs.

 

Who is qualified to work on a Panther?

 

a. Any good mechanic should be capable of working on a Panther, preferably a street car mechanic with marine experience. The majority of the components that are used in the Panther are top quality off the shelf automotive and marine parts that most mechanics will readily recognize.

Are there seatbelts?

 

a. Seat belts are installed in all Panthers but we do not recommend using them when operating in the water

Can I put aftermarket wheels and tires on the Panther?

 

a. Any tires and wheels can be installed as long as they are the same size the Panther is originally equipped with

How long is the transition time from road mode to water mode?

 

 

a. Less than 15 seconds. Once you enter the water put the transmission in neutral, pull a knob to engage the jet, push a button to raise the wheels and off you go. Reverse the process when exiting the water.