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Mercedes-AMG, Cigarette Racing Celebrate 10-Year Tie-up With New Boat

3,100 hp and carbon-fiber construction

Conner Golden
Feb 17, 2017

In keeping with tradition, Mercedes-AMG announced its collaboration with Cigarette Racing will continue through 2017, marking the 10th year the two performance powerhouses have worked together. Continuing a theme since 2007, Mercedes turned its hand at adding finishing touches to Cigarette Racing's wildly powerful 50-foot offshore racing boat.

AMG pulled inspiration from the GT R coupe. The infamous Green Hell Magno paint seeped its way onto the sides of the boat, forming a massive green "AMG" graphic on each side of the racer.

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Inside, AMG touches extend to the seats. AMG Performance Studio designed the seat inserts, featuring an interesting geometrical design. On the bow of the boat, a special badge commemorates the partnership between the two brands.

Mercedes AMG Cigarette Racing Car and Boat 4 Photo 2/15   |   Mercedes-AMG, Cigarette Racing Celebrate 10-Year Tie-up With New Boat

It'd be quite uncharacteristic for AMG to support anything slow, and unsurprisingly, the AMG-ized boat is practically nuclear. Underneath the rear decklid roar twin Mercury Racing 1550/1350 engines, pushing out a monumental 3,100 hp on race fuel. Dump regular 91-octane fuel and the engines produce a piddling 2,700 hp. These twin dynamos don't have much to lug around, either, thanks to a featherweight 1,300-pound carbon fiber hull.

This is a one-off creation, and while Mercedes didn't provide any pricing information, we have a hunch the price falls somewhere very, very far north of the seven-figure mark.

Source: Mercedes-AMG

Mercedes AMG Cigarette Boat On The Water 2 1 Photo 6/15   |   Mercedes-AMG, Cigarette Racing Celebrate 10-Year Tie-up With New Boat
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