Yacht debuts at CES that lets users communicate with it via hand gestures and ...

High-tech 40-foot yacht debuts at CES that seats 22 people and allows passengers to communicate with it using hand gestures and voice commands The SLX-R 400e is the first boat to be showcased at CES in Las Vegas The 40-foot yacht can be controlled using gestures and voice commands It also has a lithium battery pack onboard to power the engines  

By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com

Published: 01:08 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 01:10 GMT, 8 January 2020

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It is the first boat to be showcased at CES in Las Vegas, but the state-of-the-art Sea Ray SLX-R 400e is far from a traditional water vessel. 

The 40-foot yacht is equip with auto-docking capabilities and allows passengers to communicate with it using gestures and voice commands through a new 'Future Helm'.

It seats 22 people and comes with a lithium battery pack that can power the craft's high-performance engines in order to save energy. 

Steve Langlais, Sea Ray president, said: 'CES presents a unique opportunity to debut the new SLX-R 400e in front of an audience that will truly appreciate its , capabilities and incredible suite of new technologies.'

'This pioneering new model, which will be available in 2020, showcases the kind of unique, advanced technologies that are worthy of the world's largest consumer electronics show.'

The 40-foot yacht is equip with auto-docking capabilities and allows passengers to communicate with it using gestures and voice commands through a new 'Future Helm'.

The 40-foot yacht is equip with auto-docking capabilities and allows passengers to communicate with it using gestures and voice commands through a new 'Future Helm'.

The yacht is fitted with three supercharged 450R engines and the all-new Fathom e-Power System, which is an eco-friendly alternative to a fuel-powered generator system.

Sea Ray, a brand under Brunswick,

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