4,000 horsepower, 24 tons on the scale, a luxurious design with a “hewn” bodywork: this is the first Lamborghini yacht made in collaboration with Tecnomar, a company specializing in boat building. This marine racing car called “Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63” is inspired by the Sian FKP 37 and reaches a speed close to 112 km/h, or 60 knots. Its cruising speed, however, is 74 km/h (40 knots). The one that is also nicknamed “the supercar of the seas” is powered by two 4000 horsepower V12 diesel engines. But when a car manufacturer interferes on the maritime territory, the automotive influence is felt. Here, the steering wheel is car-like and its hardtop is inspired by Lamborghini roadsters. It is also equipped with two buttons for the start/stop which is very similar to that of the four wheels of the Italian manufacturer.
Like any self-respecting yacht, this boat has enough to accommodate young and old. On the lower level, the Lamborghini 63 houses two cabins in addition to a master suite, located at the forward tip of the boat. There is also a bathroom and a dining area with a large kitchen and two sunbeds. Enough to accommodate a total of sixteen people.
Manufactured in 63 units, this 24-ton Tecnomar for Lamborghini is also very fuel-intensive: 360 liters swallowed every hour with a tank that can hold ten times more. Note that Conor McGregor bought this yacht for the modest sum of 3 million dollars.
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