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Mercury Receives CES 2022 Innovation Award


Mercury Marine announced it was named a 2022 Consumer Electronics Show Innovation Award honoree for its 600-hp Verado outboard.

The company was recognized in the vehicle and transportation category.


“We are thrilled to be recognized with a CES Innovation Award for the second consecutive year,” Dave Foulkes, CEO of Mercury parent Brunswick, Corp., said in a statement. “This award is a testament to the world-class Mercury team. Our disciplined, design-thinking approach to developing new products and the execution of our ACES strategy continues to elevate the future of boating.”


Mercury and Brunswick shared first-place honors in Soundings Trade Only’s Most Innovative Marine Companies Awards this year.

“It is an incredible honor for Mercury Marine to win another CES Innovation Award,” said Chris Drees, Mercury Marine president. “We are looking forward to showcasing two of these award-winning engines in the Brunswick exhibit at CES 2022.”


Mercury’s 1st Mate system was recognized at CES earlier this year, earning best of innovation in the in-vehicle entertainment and safety category and an Innovation Award in the vehicle intelligence and transportation category.


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