How deep are your pockets? If the answer is bottomless, then you might be interested in Lamborghini’s new project. It’s a ‘pocket yatch’ with an insane amount of power. The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is a luxury speedboat that Lamborghini developed together with The Italian Sea Group.
The speedboat’s design greatly resembles Lamborghini’s own Sián FKP 37 hybrid supercar, which is an 819-horsepower hybrid supercar. The boat uses plenty of carbon fiber throughout its body. The Y-shaped bow lights resemble the headlights of the Sián FKP 37 along with the concept car Terzo Millenio. The designers also made the helm look like a cockpit, and the car has plenty of angular lines. It looks magnificent, and it’s light. It weighs just about 24 tons considering it’s 63 feet long.
When taking a closer look at the speedboat’s exterior, one can see that it has actually been inspired by both recent and current Lamborghini designs. For instance, the boat’s exterior has an extremely sporty silhouette, even though it doesn’t make it look awkward on the water.
The engineers also used a high-performance shell to make the superstructure and the hull. The boat has a hardtop, which resembles Lamborghini roadsters as it looks good, provides protection from the sun and wind, and helps to improve the boat’s aerodynamic performance. The design lines are also reminiscent of the Lamborghini Countach and Miura, the latter being originally designed by Marcello Gandini.
As for the interior of the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, the designers went with the Y-motif, hexagonal shapes, clean lines and an overall high-tech look. The dashboard especially looks like the one in a Lamborghini supercar. So do the two start buttons—one for each of the speedboat’s two engines.
In a statement, Stefano Domenicali, the CEO of Lamborghini, said that this speedboat is what he would have envisioned if he were to imagine a Lamborghini on water.
Under the hood, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is just as impressive. It has two 24.2-liter MAN V12 diesel engines, each outputting 4,794 lb-ft of torque and 2,000 horsepower; that’s over 4,000 horsepower in a boat. All this power lets the boat cruise up to a top speed of 60 knots, or 69 mph. That might not seem impressive on land. On the water, though, it’s one of the fastest machines anyone can find at that size.
The name also has special significance: specifically, the number 63. This stands for the year that Lamborghini itself was founded, the length of the speedboat, and the number of boats that Lamborghini and The Italian Sea Group claim they will build.
All of this adds up to make the speedboat worth over $3.3 million. People who think that this is not too much cash can easily spend more by personalizing the boat however they want. The boat offers buyers similar customization options to those in their supercars. Using Lamborghini’s proprietary Ad Personam program, buyers can fully customize the materials and colors used in the speedboat. There is an exhaustive range of options for both the livery and colors, and the interior further offers two versions that let you choose from a vast combination of materials.
The Italian Sea Group, who collaborated with Lamborghini to make the boat, are no slouches themselves. They are luxury yacht-makers who produce exclusive, limited-quantity yachts and market them to people who have millions of dollars to spend. Some of products in their fleet include the Tecnomar—with just under 300 yachts delivered to date—and Admiral yachts. So, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 feels like a match made in an auto enthusiast’s heaven.
The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 will be released at the start of 2021. As the first luxury speedboat of its kind, it’s certain that other automakers will be monitoring the sales and popularity of the boat. If it becomes a success, we can be sure that Lamborghini and The Italian Sea Group will build a successor; maybe more. And other companies are sure to make their own versions that could eventually go faster.
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