Mercedes-Benz has conquered land, sky and water. The Stuttgart grand brand has transferred the exclusivity of the company’s automobiles to the Airbus helicopter H145 Mercedes-Benz Style helicopter and to the luxury yacht Arrow460-GranTurismo.
The first ever Airbus Helicopter H145 Mercedes-Benz Style has been delivered to an aviation company in Turkey, that ordered not one, but fourteen such exquisite flying vehicles, each with a price tag of approximately seven million euros.
Built as a two-engined 900 HP helicopter, the H145 is designed to serve for private and business customers for short and medium distances, as it features a 640 kilometer range and a 250 km/h top speed. With a length of 11.69 meters and a height of 4 meters, the helicopter can accommodate eight passengers in the high-quality leather seats, two pilots and 1.250 kg of luggage.
Mercedes-Benz Style goes beyond its land and air capabilities, sending the Arrow460-Grandturismo at sea. Exactly two weeks ago, the Mercedes-Benz Style luxury yacht has embarked on first ever sea voyage off the Cote d’Azur, right outside the Nice bay. Tourists put on binoculars and the paparazzi got their lens out to snap a shot of the yacht floating on the Mediterranean. If you feel that the looks and proportions of the luxury boat are slightly familiar, then you are right.
In a dynamic and sophisticated way, the muscular, extended hull accentuates the sensual purity of the design. With its long foredeck, a flowing, arched roofline and a slightly descending rear, the 14-meter long yacht has classic automobile proportions. The luminous transmittance of the windows can be controlled electronically, following the Mercedes-Benz Magic Sky technology. The silver-shimmering glazing blends apparently seamlessly into the overall profile, as on the Mercedes-Benz concept vehicles F015 and Concept IAA.
Find out more about it right here: Silver Arrow of the Sea: The 960 HP Mercedes-Benz yacht sails on the French Riviera.
The luxury motor yacht can accommodate up to 10 persons, offering the comfort of land-home, with extendable beds, a bathroom unit, a dressing room, a wine-cellar and a ice-making machine.
The yacht is thought to hit the $1.7 million price tag. Only 10 of such Edition 1 boats will be manufactured and the sales strategy is planning to allow just one per country. The reservations have already started on the first-come, first-served basis.