Lancia has unveiled their first powerboat with the help of supermodel Catrinel.
Designed by Christian Grande, the new powerboat has "an aggressive yet balanced profile, with a perfectly proportioned bow, cockpit and stern." The fiberglass hull measures 13.1 meters in length, which allows the boat to carry up to 11 individuals and sleep two in the luxurious cabin.
While you're probably more interested in Catrinel's specs, the boat features two 1120 hp N67-560 diesel engines from Fiat Powertrain Technologies (FPT). Thanks to these massive engines, the powerboat can comfortably cruise between 15 and 45 knots before topping out at 55 knots.
Exterior features include four sunbathing mattresses, a teak bathing platform, LED accent lighting (which resembles lights used on Lancia cars), and a power retractable roof. Inside, the boat boasts a fold-away LCD television, a galley, air conditioning, and "minimalist" bathroom facilities with a LCD-lighted shower.
Jointly developed by Sacs, FPT, and Martini, the Lancia powerboat will be officially launched at the Genoa Boat Show.
Check out the press release for full details.