Sunseeker Teases Limited Edition Line

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Sunseeker International is taking its Predator 74 and 74 Sport Yacht models and creating a “XPS Limited Edition” that the builder says combines updated interior appointments with higher performance.

Both vessels start with a pair of the largest engine option available for the 74s: 1,900-hp MAN diesels.

The Predator 74 with dark gray hull and color-matched silver superstructure.

The Predator 74 with dark gray hull and color-matched silver superstructure.

New interior styling includes copious use of carbon fiber trims and stainless-steel details with lacquers, new fabric options and ambient lighting packages.

Exterior spaces are set off with carbon fiber options as well, including a sleek, electrically actuated cockpit table that’s set off with new LED lighting and updated upholstery options.

The sleek interior of the Predator 74.

The sleek interior of the Predator 74.

“Both the Predator 74 and 74 Sport Yacht have enjoyed exceptional sales success since launch and customers can still opt for the original class-leading model,” said Sunseeker sales director Sean Robertson in a statement. “The interiors of our latest models have been exceedingly well received so it was only logical to increase styling options for owners considering these two performance models. It’s an exclusive package which will only add to the allure of these remarkable yachts.”

Sunseeker says the new models will be available in January of next year.

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