Mercedes-Benz AMG X Cigarette Racing 41′ Carbon Edition Speedboat

Feb 20, 2019

Category: Rides

Legendary duos always find their way back together, which is exactly the case with Cigarette Racing and Mercedes-Benz. Their eleventh collaboration led to the creation of the 41 AMG Carbon Edition Speedboat, which is inspired by the beautiful Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 63 S Coupe.

As the name suggests, this boat build is packing plenty of carbon fiber components, as the material is used for the rudder, hard top, roof lining, deck, and the hull. Powering the 41-foot speedboat with a glass cockpit design are four Mercury Racing 400R outboard engines, combining for a total of 1,600 horsepower, which is enough to propel the vessel to a maximum speed of 83 mph. At cruising speed, the vessel can carry up to 20 people in the boat’s seats covered in ‘Cigarette Cool’ upholstery capable of reflecting 30% of absorbed heat. The speedboat is dipped in Designo Graphic Gray paint, which is used on the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT, with contrasting red stripes and AMG graphics for an aggressive vibe. There’s no information yet on when this will be available, but we’ll be sure to keep tabs on it.

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