Both are commercial vehicles designed to work both on- and off-road, and have the capability of transporting many passengers, useful for transport, military use and first responders. The models are configurable to meet varying sets of specifications, and come equipped with easy adjustments between cargo and passenger spaces. The Humdinga, in contrast, is the smaller of the two and has been specifically designed to deal with remote and difficult terrain. It has the same transformational and performance abilities as the Phibian. The Phibian is powered by a twin turbo, 500hp diesel engines for land and twin jet drives for the water. All told, it can carry up to 15 people.The Humdinga has a seven passenger capacity and measures in at 21.5-feet-long, comes equipped with a supercharged V8 with an output of 350hp. Until now there is no official price.