Hungarian company Narke now claims to have built the world's first electric personal watercraft designed for series production.
Angular blue panels constructed of carbon-fiber reinforced composite call to mind the styling of a modern Lamborghini, but any comparisons to the Italian exotics manufacturer stop there.
A modest 60 horsepower comes courtesy of a water-cooled three-phase asynchronous motor that's capable of propelling the Narke to its electronically limited speed of 35 mph—significantly slower than most gas-guzzling counterparts.
With its all-electric powerplant, the two-seat craft can stealthily cruise the water for up to 90 minutes in near silence. A lithium-ion battery takes just over two hours to charge, or you can swap in a new one in a matter of minutes.
Pricing information will be released when the first models roll out later this year. Visit Narke's website for more info.
h/t: Inside Hook