Abarth enters powerboat racing with its first Powershore boat, designed in its
own unmistakeable style with typically superlative Abarth performance.
The most famous car tuning brand has converted the must-have Sacs Strider 12S to
the Powershore Abarth SP (Sport Prototype), a maxi RIB inspired by the world of
Propelled by three 350 hp Yamaha V8 outboard engines, specially built for this
exclusive version, the boat offers thrilling acceleration and speed to deliver
the same kicks on the water as a racing car or bike on the land.
Christian Grande, creator of the original “Strider 12S” design, has come up with
this assertive new version with the aid of the FGA Style Centre.
Special graphics combine with out-and-out racing motifs to enhance every aspect
of the Powershore, from the deck to the interior, driving seats, stowage
compartments, controls and dashboard.
The Abarth tuned version is again combined with the power and reliability of
Yamaha engines, as on the Yamaha FZ1 Abarth Assetto Corse concept bike.
The “Powershore Abarth SP” oozes luxury and exclusiveness, but also performance
and power, to be enjoyed in complete safety and with the greatest ease due to
the boat’s stability and tubular buoyancy compartments.
This factory-finished product tuned using components in true Abarth style will
allow enthusiasts to own a unique and totally uncompromising machine.
Powershore Abarth SP - Technical specifications
Length ft: 12.30 m
Width ft: 3.64 m
Propeller draft: 0.7 m
Fuel tank capacity: 900 l
Water tank capacity: 120 l
Wastewater tank capacity: 51 l
Weight with engines: approx. 5.7 t
Engines: 3 x 350 hp Yamaha V8 – 350 engine - Technical specifications
Displacement: 5330 cc
Cylinders: V8 (60°)
Valve gear: 32 valves DOCH
Timing: VCT (Variable camshaft timing)
Fuel system: electronic injection (Multi-Point EFI)via:zercustoms