It will be the new entry level of the X range. Pershing 6X will be capable of 48 knots in a 19-meter aggressive package.
Pershing has announced the debut of a new model belonging to what they call “Generation X”. It will be the smallest in the range at around 62 feet, and the name will be simply 6X. In no way the new 6X renounces the typical traits of Pershing yachts: despite the reduced size (an overall length of 18.94 meters and a beam of 4.80), the first rendering shows bold and sleek lines. Some of the key features are the new styling of the aft sun pad, the carbon and teak table in the cockpit dining area, and the chaise longue with reclining backrest on the foredeck.
Pershing 6X will be about performance, but much more
The helm station of Pershing 6X will host two 19-inch monitors, mounted on a carbon fiber panel, and an electro-hydraulic steering system. The surface drives and the bow thruster can be operated by a joystick with various modes, including ‘easy handling’ for better maneuverability in ports and confined waters. As you can expect on an open boat, a large sunroof opens over the dashboard.
According to the shipyard, the first unit has a layout with three cabins and three bathrooms with separate shower. The guest bathroom has a double door to work as day toilet. On the American market Pershing will offer the 6X with two cabins and a living space replacing the guest cabin, but in both cases there’s a crew cabin entered from the cockpit, with a single bed and integrated bathroom.
Inside, the materials consist in plain and lacquered wood for the furniture, parquet floors, Mastrotto and Poltrona Frau leathers, and mirrored panels in the owner’s cabin. The lighting system features new horizontal LED bars in the ceiling that match the décor.
Being a Pershing, the new 6X will put an important accent on performance: the standard engines are two MAN V12 1550, for a top speed of almost 48 knots and a cruising of about 42.