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Cigarette AMG Electric Drive the fastest electric boat in the world

Cigarette Racing, a boat manufacturer from Florida, has developed the world’s fastest electric boat. Cigarette AMG Electric Drive is heavily inspired from the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive.

Cigarette AMG Electric Drive

Cigarette AMG Electric Drive

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive – the electric version of the SLS AMG German supercar, inspired a boat builder from Florida to develop fastest electric boat in the world: Cigarette AMG Electric Drive.

Cigarette AMG Electric Drive Wallpaper [photo gallery]

Cigarette AMG Electric Drive – Price & Engine & Design

The people from Cigarette Racing have collaborated with the Germans from AMG and created the Cigarette AMG Electric Drive model. The super-speedboat develops an output of 2,220 hp (1,654 kW) and a maximum of 2,212 pound-feet of torque (3,000 Nm) using 12 electric motors. Thus, fastest electric boat in the world can reach a top speed of 100 mph (160 km/h).

The 12 electric motors of Cigarette AMG Electric Drive are powered by four batteries, encompassing 48 modules and 3,456 cells, totaling a capacity of 240 kWh and a voltage of 400 Volts. Charging is done using two 22 kW chargers mounted on board. A full charge is achieved in seven hours. Optionally, the boat can be equipped with four chargers, which reduces charge time to just three hours.

The inspiration taken from the Affalterbach performance division was also used at the external appearance, Cigarette AMG Electric Drive concept being painted in the Electricbeam magno color from AMG, the same matte chrome color reserved for the SLS AMG Electric Drive.

Cigarette AMG Electric Drive interior – sport seats, numerous carbon fiber ornaments and the AMG logos remind of the muse used by Cigarette Racing.

Cigarette AMG Electric Drive price and autonomy are undisclosed at this time.

Cigarette AMG Electric Drive via Mercedes-Benz

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