While Lamborghini is obviously best-known for its world-class hypercars, the elite Italian marque routinely dabbles in other markets, often collaborating with other outfits that, like Lamborghini, represent the absolute pinnacle of luxury, performance, and refinement within their respective product space. And Lamborghini’s Centro Stile’s latest collaboration sees the exclusive automaker join forces with renowned ship makers, The Italian Sea Group.
Powering the vessel is a pair of MAN V12 engines generating 2,000hp and allowing for 70mph (or 60 knots) speeds, making it the fastest member of Tecnomar’s lineup. Measuring 63’, the boat’s been heavily influenced by both contemporary and vintage Lambo models such as the Miura, Countach, and Sián FKP 37. The ship’s bow lights are visually derived from the Terzo Millennio concept car, while at the back of the boat, Marcello Gandini’s influence is all the more evident, with a rear-end that boasts sharp modern taillights similar to the units found on late-model Lamborghinis. The cockpit also wonderfully blends modern supercar displays with nautical gauges. Carbon fiber is also heavily used throughout, as is Lamborghini’s Carbon Skin material on the seats and trim, plus customers will be given a variety of personalization options. The boat is scheduled for deliveries in Q1 of 2021.
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