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Overview

At the 2010 Miami Boat Show, Cigarette introduced the newly designed Inspired by AMG 46 XP model to debut Mercury Racing's newest and highest horse powered 1350 engines and M8 drives. The upgrades made to the 46 XP hull and deck, have been incorporated into each Cigarette model, proving the point that a disciplined commitment to excellence yields the ultimate in performance and exclusivity.

The 46 XP featured many innovations including AMG Mercedes alubeam paint which is concentrated with a high-metallic content, giving it a unique glow as 30 coats create a durable sheen and finish. The silver and white paints utilized on the 46 Cigarette mirror those used by Mercedes AMG.

Though the upholstery materials used are marine-grade, they resembled the leather used by AMG Mercedes and featured the same 2-tone porcelain white and black, custom-designed in Cigarette's in-house upholstery department.

Technology reigns as all-new "Zero Effort Digital" controls were developed to accommodate the new power-plants, including one-turn "Smart Start" and a two-lever control that automatically synchronized the engines.

Making its debut in the 46 XP, the Mercury Racing QC4v (Quad-cam, 4-valve) engine, 1,350 HP, fuel-efficient, twin-turbocharged, run on 91-octane pump gas. With a new M8 drive system, the engines need only 1/2 of the oil changes and 1/3 of the mechanical service intervals of any other high-performance marine engine. These are Mercury Racing's newest, highest-powered and most highly-technical innovations to date.

The AMG-Inspired Cigarette represented two years of diligent effort to create not just a new boat, but a technologically advanced, luxury model with features that Cigarette has incorporated into all its performance models.

Overview

At the 2010 Miami Boat Show, Cigarette introduced the newly designed Inspired by AMG 46 XP model to debut Mercury Racing's newest and highest horse powered 1350 engines and M8 drives. The upgrades made to the 46 XP hull and deck, have been incorporated into each Cigarette model, proving the point that a disciplined commitment to excellence yields the ultimate in performance and exclusivity.

Length:45' 7"
Beam:8'
Height:6' 6"
Freeboard:45"
Static Draft:48"
Fuel Capacity:304-gal
Dry Weight:13,200-lbs

Highlights

The 46 XP featured many innovations including AMG Mercedes alubeam paint which is concentrated with a high-metallic content, giving it a unique glow as 30 coats create a durable sheen and finish. The silver and white paints utilized on the 46 Cigarette mirror those used by Mercedes AMG.

Though the upholstery materials used are marine-grade, they resembled the leather used by AMG Mercedes and featured the same 2-tone porcelain white and black, custom-designed in Cigarette's in-house upholstery department.

Highlights

The 46 XP featured many innovations including AMG Mercedes alubeam paint which is concentrated with a high-metallic content, giving it a unique glow as 30 coats create a durable sheen and finish. The silver and white paints utilized on the 46 Cigarette mirror those used by Mercedes AMG.

STANDARD ENGINES:

Twin Mercury Racing Staggered 1350 with Dry Sump M8 Drives

Making its debut in the 46 XP, the Mercury Racing QC4v (Quad-cam, 4-valve) engine, 1,350 HP, fuel-efficient, twin-turbocharged, run on 91-octane pump gas. With a new M8 drive system, the engines need only 1/2 of the oil changes and 1/3 of the mechanical service intervals of any other high-performance marine engine. These are Mercury Racing's newest, highest-powered and most highly-technical innovations to date.



Mercury Racing 1350

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Rated Power at Transmission
  • 1350 (1006 kW)
  • Full Throttle RPM Range
  • 6000-6500
  • Displacement Liter/CID
  • 9.0/552
  • Bore (in/mm)
  • 4.57/116
  • Stroke (in/mm)
  • 4.21/107
  • Compression Ratio
  • 7.8:1
  • Cylinder Arrangement
  • V-8
  • Alternator (amp/watt)
  • 105/1481
  • Controller
  • PCM 09
  • Fuel System
  • Sequential Fuel Injection
  • Fuel Requirements
  • 91 Octane Minimum (R+M)/2 (98 RON) Global Calibration
  • Transmission
  • Mercury Racing Dry-Sump Hydraulic


    STANDARD ENGINES:

    Twin Mercury Racing Staggered 1350 with Dry Sump M8 Drives

    Making its debut in the 46 XP, the Mercury Racing QC4v (Quad-cam, 4-valve) engine, 1,350 HP, fuel-efficient, twin-turbocharged, run on 91-octane pump gas. These are Mercury Racing's newest, highest-powered and most highly-technical innovations to date.

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