You’d know Aston Martin as the British outfit who build ultra exotic supercars. Well now you can add superboats to the exorbitant equation with the carmaker releasing further images of their collaboration with Quintessence and Mulder Design – the latter a company which has penned super yachts for past 007 films.
The 37-foot cruiser which debuted in conceptual form earlier in the year has plans to be constructed from the latest advanced carbon composites – most notably on the sliding deck which will allow the owner to cover the cockpit and its valuable contents when it comes time to anchor down.
The luxurious features onboard includes air conditioning, fridge and espresso machine which can all be remotely controlled. Standard boating tools such as integrated navigation, control monitor and entertainment system will be handled via a swish 15-inch touchscreen.
Performance? Expect a maximum speed of 44 knots (81km/h), or 52 (96km/h) in the ‘S’ model.