Andrew Trujillo Design has released its latest concept, the Supermarine Fury 56, which is styled to be a supercar of the seas.
Mercedes-Benz fans will immediately recognise the gull-wing doors, but there is more than just road racing pedigree in this design.
The Supermarine Fury 56 is based on an Adam Younger racing hull, which was the basis for the Hendricks 55 raceboat.
Performance should be suitably punchy for a boat named Fury, with top speeds in excess of 70mph (60 knots) predicted when fitted with a twin-engine set-up.
Key features on the Fury 56 include a double master cabin in the bow, lower galley and saloon, twin heads compartments and mahogany decks.
Andrew Trujillo has twenty years of experience as a yacht designer and his previous credits include the Thunderbolt 36 and the recently launched Sheerline 1090HT.
Launch prices would range from ?500,000 to ?650,000. To see more pictures of the Supermarine Fury 56.