An Enzo edition, the SV240 I tested featured Centurion's highest measure of bling. There's a billet dash inlay, steering wheel cap, throttle knob, LED lighting, and stainless-steel cupholders. My test model featured Centurion's Matrix driver's seat ($519) at the helm. It features an extra-tall back support to complement the flip-up bolster and a built-in heater for those cold mornings. The boat also featured another cool option, a heads-up display ($344). This dash-mounted LED unit projects data onto a clear reflective panel on the windshield. It enables the driver to keep close tabs on speed and rpm, without having to avert his eyes from what lies ahead.