Maserati unveiled the Tridente, an all-electric luxury motorboat, at the Folgore Day event in Miami, expanding its presence beyond roads to the waters. Developed in collaboration with VitaPower, an experienced EV marine company, the Tridente offers a unique blend of Italian craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology.

The 34-foot carbon fiber-hulled speedboat features a sleek, modern design with luxurious amenities, including seating for eight, a swimming platform, and a sundeck bed. Its rose gold finish adds to its aesthetic appeal, while the cream interiors provide a striking contrast.

Powered by dual electric motors and four batteries, the Tridente boasts a maximum output of 600 horsepower, enabling a top speed of 40 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots. With a range of 43 miles on a single charge, the powerboat offers ample opportunity for leisurely exploration on the water.

Charging the batteries is a quick process, with DC fast charging allowing for a full recharge in just one hour, minimizing downtime between excursions.

Priced at $2,660,000, the Tridente is positioned as the ultimate companion to Maserati’s supercars, offering affluent enthusiasts a luxurious and eco-friendly option for indulging in water adventures. However, prospective buyers should anticipate a 10-month waiting period before taking delivery of their Tridente.

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