Gray Design introduces Strand Craft Limousine Beach Cruiser

Article by Christian Andrei, on April 12, 2011

With the Strand Craft Limousine Beach Cruiser, Swedish design firm Gray Design anticipates that it will be able to establish an entirely new market in the luxury sector. This limousine features services that most clients will probably only see in this model.

The Strand Craft Limousine is expected to appeal to luxury hotel chains that offer unique premium services. It features a glass roof at the rear and it offers a very high level of comfort as fine leather and wood finishes help in making its passengers relaxed.

In the summer, this limousine would be an ideal means of transportation with its canvas roof, chromed hubcaps and wooden inlays.

The limousine is truly refined with its long and low lines and a built quality that’s surreal. The interior is surrounded by Alcantara leather and its trim highlights finishes are brushed in aluminum and chrome.

Breitling clocks can be found in the instrument panel and it boasts of details like the Swarovski crystals. For sound, the limousine gets a 1100 Watt amplifier sound system from Naim with 15 speakers.

This model is powered by a 6 liter V8 engine that delivers 400 hp. Power is sent to the wheels with the assistance of a Haldex System, which provides maximum traction on sand and makes sure that the Strand Craft Limousine Beach Cruiser reaches a top speed of 220 km/h (136 mph).

Press Release

Todays luxury market is thriving, and the limousine beach cruiser opens a new niche in the luxury sector.

The Strand Craft Limousine Beach Cruiser caters towards the luxury hotel chains that want to offer their clients premium service in a way that has not been addressed before. Optimized for maximum visibility in sun soaked regions, the limousine is well equipped to convey its passengers in maximum comfort and style to some of the best beaches in the world.

The long, low lines, in true Strand Craft tradition, make for an extremely sleek first impression. Styling cues such as the canvas roof, chromed hubcaps and wooden inlays cast the mind back to the glorious days of summer freedom while the whole concept is raised to a new level by the quality of it's lines and build.

Quality Throughout

The interior is finished in Alcantara leather with trim highlights in brushed aluminum and chrome. On board clockwork in the instrument panel from Breitling and trim details accentuated with crystals from Swarovski continue the theme of luxury throughout the vehicle.

Featuring a sound system from Naim that uses a 1100 Watt amplifier to deliver premium sound quality to up to 15 speakers, the quality of music will never be compromised even when the canvas roof is fully opened.

Power comes from a 6 liter V8 engine under the hood, capable of generating 400 horsepower and pushing the vehicle to it's limited top speed of 220 kph. This power is delivered to all four wheels via a Haldex system, giving maximum traction and performance over sand covered roads.

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