Cigarette Racing Team teased its sixth annual collaboration with Mercedes-AMG for the Miami International Boat Show (Feb. 11-15) in a press release today from the iconic Opa-locka, Fla., sportboat and center console builder. According to the release, a 41’ SD GT3 performance center console will be paired up with a Mercedes-AMG GT3, the stunning racecar that inspired it.
“For the sixth consecutive year, Cigarette Racing and Mercedes-AMG have once again overcome nature on land and sea,” the release stated. “Their mission: Ignore Gravity.”
The release didn’t provide additional details such as which Mercury Racing engines—Cigarette only uses powerplants from the Fond du Lac, Wis., company—will power the 41-footer. The boat will be unveiled at the Cigarette Racing Team display on Pier 2, Slip 228, on Thursday, Feb. 11, the opening day of the show.
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