Automobili Lamborghini from Sant’ Agata Bolognese and the Italian Sea Group, a relatively young shipyard from Marina di Cararra, will launch the first Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 in spring next year.
Designed by Centro Stile Lamborghini with the technical input of the R&D department of the Italian Sea Group, the 19.50-metre-long and 5.42-metre-wide yacht has a top speed of 60 knots, or over 110 km/h. Two 1471 kilowatt diesel engines from MAN each provide the propulsion of the yacht, which weighs only 24 tons and is made entirely of carbon. Experienced Lamborghini drivers don’t have to get used to the carbon-fibre cockpit – the start button looks exactly the same as in a car. Several design elements of the yacht are also inspired by the road – the hardtop, for example, is inspired by the Lamborghini roadsters, the headlights in the bow by the Terzo Millennio and Sián FKP 37, the overall concept by the Miura and Countach from the 1960s and 1970s respectively.
The first Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 will be delivered on April 1 (no joke), with the next model number to follow every month thereafter. Four of them can be built in parallel, the production time is between six and seven months. The cooperation between Lamborghini and the Italian Sea Group will run for five years with a limited edition of 63 units. So there is still some time to think about investing the (non-negotiable) three million euros.