Still in the early design stages, Italian sportboat builder Revolver Powerboats’ third model will be a performance-oriented center console. The new outboard-engine-powered offering dubbed the 43CC will begin production in 2016, according to a press release from the Italian company.
The 43CC will be the third model from Revolver Powerboats, which is based in Milano, Italy.
Alberto Mancini of AM Yacht Design, who also designed the Revolver 44GT, is handling the design of the new stepped-hull V-bottom. It will be targeted for distribution primarily in the United States and United Arab Emirates markets.
According to the release, “The new Revolver 43CC picks up on design elements introduced in previous models and inspired by the super sports car world, with the rear spoiler reminiscent of cars from the 1960s. It combines versatile on-board spaces typical of an open boat with the excellent performance and handling that have become one of the brand’s hallmarks.”
The 43CC will be powered by Seven Marine outboard engines for a top speed of more than 50 knots, according to the release.
Editor’s note: Additional details on the number and model/power of the Seven Marine outboards were not supplied in the press release but have been requested by speedonthewater.com. To read a comprehensive article on Revolver’s 42GT—it’s first model—download the September/October 2013 issue of Speed On The Water digital magazine now at no charge by clicking here.
The 43-footer will be powered by Seven Marine outboard engines.