It comes from Kansas and it’s been launched in Miami: Cobalt A40 Coupé features a hard top layout and a refined build.
One might say that the new Cobalt A40 Coupé is even more Mediterranean than her sister A40: if the latter is perfect for Florida thanks to the open configuration, the former features a hardtop which connects to the windshield enhancing protection in adverse weather. The new model is the flagship of the American boatyard, and it confirms all the qualities of the family: in particular the high level of construction and finishes, particularly on the rather small measures also popular on our seas.
Cobalt A40 Coupé, refined American
The conjunction between the windscreen and the top enhances the style momentum of the external profile, which well incorporates the dark roll bar. The sliding roof quickly transforms the saloon into an open area, so you won’t miss the ventilation of the A40 model. The dark elements on the sides, with the main ones housing the portholes, further increase the bold profile of A40 Cobalt Coupé.
Onboard, the cockpit is divided in three main areas. The aft solarium with tilting seatback, the central living with L-sofa and kitchenette, and the pilothouse with double bench and a third settee to starboard. Some steps in the middle and the opening section of the windshield lead to the fore sun pad.
Belowdecks, Cobalt A40 Coupé has space features a transforming dinette in the front and a galley to port. In the back, under the cockpit, the cabin has a double berth, with a separate heads to complete the layout.
The numbers of Cobalt A40 Coupé
Length overall 12.04 m (39ft 6in)
Beam 3.66 m (12 ft)
Displacement 9.038 Kg
Draft 0.84 m (3 ft)
Engines Volvo D6 2×400 HP
Fuel reserve 939 l (248 US gal)
Fresh water reserve 106 l 28 US gal)
Indicative price in the USA 698,235 USD