The contrast between the serenity of being on water and the cacophonous roar of an outboard motor is rather sharp. Unlike its gasoline-powered brethren, Quadrofoil instead slices across the surface silently at up to 21 knots using an electric motor and C-foil technology to effectively float its chassis above water, running for up to 100 km on a single charge. It also steers like a car and boasts an integrated touchscreen display in its steering wheel, boasts numerous safety measures including an unsinkable hull and safety gear plus paddle, and offers ergonomic seating for two, keeping both driver and passenger perfectly dry.

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