DiMora to develop electric PWC
Creator of the $2 million Natalia SLS 2 automobile goes green on the water
Story by Staff, Feb. 18, 2010Email a friend Print Friendly RSS
“There is a growing awareness in most of the world that we need to plan all aspects of our technological development with a view toward the long-term sustainability of our planet’s resources,” says Sir Alfred DiMora, company founder and CEO. “This does not mean that we have to give up all of the pleasures of life. Instead, we should rethink the technology involved to create a thrilling experience on the water while we minimize our adverse impact on the environment. The key is an open-minded search for innovations that allow us to meet both objectives.”
Called “Stealth”, the craft is claimed to carry four passengers in a body made largely from high-strength lava rock using techniques pioneered by DiMora Motorcar. Also, DiMora says it will feature solar panels to power systems and recharge batteries, as well as high-intensity underwater LEDs to provide light for nighttime recreation and to explore beneath the craft. GPS navigation and a high-power music and video entertainment system will come standard.
Additionally, the company claims refreshments can be carried aboard the removable cooler, and the onboard canopy may be raised for shade. A rear-mounted camera and dashboard display will allow the driver to check the safety of water-skiers pulled by the craft. No price range was revealed, but one would expect this to be the most expensive PWC in history should it ever come to fruition.
Should all this sound a little far fetched, it’s worth noting that DiMora is also behind the $2 million Natalia SLS 2 automobile. This is purported to be the most luxurious and well appointed production car available, but it has yet to the light of day.
For more information, visit DiMoraMotorCar.com.