Leather-wrapped steering wheel is luxury

Leather Steering Wheel

Jan 13, 2022

Wrapped in hand-stitched marine-grade synthetic leather, Torcello Elite from Schmitt & Ongaro Marine delivers a hand feel that matches that of a premium automobile.

Designed to be customized in quantity to match virtually any powerboat interior, the 14″ polyurethane Torcello Elite can be manufactured in an endless array of leather and stitching color combinations. The three thick stainless steel spokes are available in polished or black anodized finishes to enhance the décor and a choice of attractive center caps are offered, including OEM-branded. It’s available with a 3/4″ tapered or optional splined hub.

Schmitt & Ongaro engineers partner with OEMs to design the Torcello Elite that best matches the boat model.

Thoroughly tested, the Torcello Elite from Schmitt & Ongaro meets ABYC and NMMA standards. MSRP starts at $910.

Contact Schmitt & Ongaro Marine Products, 1001 Ranck Mill Rd., Lancaster, PA 17602. 866-724-6488 www.schmittongaromarine.com.

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