V400 Crossover: A New Configuration for Ultimate Comfort
Ventura’s V400 Crossover, a 40-foot model, was also in the spotlight at the São Paulo Boat Show. It introduced a new configuration that includes an open bow and a quarter bow, akin to the HT model, but with a lower roof. This design innovation allows the boat to maintain two cabins even with the bow open. Inside, the boat received an interior makeover, with new lining to conceal the ceiling’s fiber. The kitchen has been redesigned, and the bathroom is now more spacious, ensuring a luxurious experience for all on board.
Ventura’s Electric Motorcycles: Brat and Grunt EVO
Ventura didn’t limit its innovation to just watercraft; they also introduced two electric motorcycles to their lineup.
Brat: Designed for urban mobility, the Brat offers four speeds and an impressive range of approximately 60 km, depending on the user’s speed. It’s fully electric and features intuitive error detection for easy diagnosis and technical assistance. The motor is ingeniously placed inside the wheel for easy replacement if needed. Made in the USA, the Brat reaches speeds of around 45 km/h, equipped with a 750 W engine, hydraulic disc brakes, and LED headlights. Charging takes 6-7 hours via the USB charging port, and, exclusively at the Boat Show, it’s available for R$24,900.
Grunt EVO: For those seeking a more powerful and off-road experience, the Grunt EVO fits the bill. Also manufactured in the USA, this model boasts an armored braking system, battery, and motorization. Remarkably, the Grunt EVO can be submerged in water for up to 30 minutes without suffering damage. At the Boat Show, it’s being offered exclusively for R$64,900.
Beyond these exciting additions, the Ventura stand at the São Paulo Boat Show showcased a wide array of vessels, including the P-25, V300 Day Cruiser, V300 Crossover, V265 Cabin Comfort, V250 Comfort, V220 Surf, and V195 Crossover. Additionally, off-road enthusiasts had plenty to admire with models like the M250, Ventura 400, M550 L, and T-BOSS 550.
Ventura’s impressive display at the São Paulo Boat Show proves that they continue to lead the way in delivering innovative and exceptional experiences on both water and land. With a legacy spanning four decades, Ventura shows no signs of slowing down, leaving us eagerly anticipating what they’ll bring to the next boat show.