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The Cigarette Racing Team 41’ SD GT3 takes speed on water to new levels

By Victor Baker


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Cigarette Racing Team 41’ SD GT3

Cigarette Racing Team needs no introduction, but as fast and as cool their projects are, they still wanted more out of  their ideas. As such, the company partnered with Mercedes-Benz once again to design Cigarette’s fastest open performance center console powerboat yet.

The jaw dropping Mercedes-AMG GT3 inspired the creation of a wonderful Cigarette Racing Team 41’ SD GT3 boat, which now resembles the GT3 supercar in design, fittings and even cockpit.

The American specialists usually come up with the world’s fastest and most exclusive speedboats, which is why it would only seem natural for this vessel to be compared to the Mercedes-AMG vehicle.

Cigarette Racing Team 41’ SD GT3

Featuring matte components, a complete teak wood floor and a full extreme marine grade leather interior, the 41’ SD GT3 was designed by Gorden Wagener and his team. User interface technology was maximized with Bluetooth, computerized controls, three high-definition 17” displays, and the next generation integration of Garmin and Cigarette navigation and audio.

The Cigarette Racing Team 41’ SD GT3 is powered by a pair of Mercury Racing 1100 HP engines, with NXT6 Drives, allowing it to achieve an estimated prop limited top speed of over 100 mph. You’ll have to give them a shout out if you want to find out how much this awesome vessel will set you back.

Cigarette Racing Team 41’ SD GT3

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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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