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Lamborghini unveils £2.7million luxury yacht that looks like a supercar – with a space-age cockpit

Lamborghini unveils £2.7million luxury yacht that looks like a supercar – with a space-age cockpit

ITALIAN car giant Lamborghini has unveiled a £2.7million yacht that looks like one of its supercars.

The seafaring machine can hit a top speed of 69mph using two V12 engines strapped to the back.

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

Lamborghini has unveiled a £2.7million yacht that looks like a supercar[/caption]

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

The boat can hit a top speed of 60 knots, or about 69mph[/caption]

Inspired by the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 hypercar, the boat is a joint project between Lamborghini and yacht company The Italian Sea Group.

It’s dubbed the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 and only a few dozen will be made, according to an official press release.

“If I had to imagine a Lamborghini on water, this would be my vision,” Lamborghini boss Stefano Domenicali said.

Named after the car-maker’s founding year, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 boasts a carbon fibre shell.

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

It’s powered by two V12 engines strapped to the back[/caption]

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

The boat boasts a space-age cockpit styled after a Lambo dashboard[/caption]

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

The craft is called the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 and is named after the car-maker’s founding year[/caption]

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

Only 63 of the craft will be made, according to Lamborghini[/caption]

That design means it weighs just 24 tons. That’s about 15 times more than a Lamborghini supercar, but it’s very light for a yacht.

The craft’s twin-V12 engines generate 4,000 horsepower, according to Lamborghini, which can accelerate the craft to 60 knots, or roughly 69mph.

That’s pretty good for a 63ft boat, but it’s a long way off the 200mph+ top speed of Lamborghini’s fastest road vehicles.

Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is a limited-edition boat that the Italian car-maker says will ship in 2021.

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

The company will charge upwards of £2.7million for each boat[/caption]

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is a limited-edition boat that’s expected to ship in 2021[/caption]

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

The boat comes in a range of colours, including the classic Lamb lime green[/caption]

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Only 63 will be made, according to Lamborghini. The company will charge upwards of £2.7million for each boat.

“Clients can choose from extensive exterior colours and livery options,” Lamborghini said in its press release.

“The interior is offered in two versions choosing from an extensive combination of materials.

“Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 is not just an exercise in style and design; it represents the vanguard in luxury speed boats.”

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

The grey version looks a bit like a speeding torpedo[/caption]

Lamborghini / Italian Sea Group

The craft’s twin-V12 engines generate 4,000 horsepower[/caption]

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The design was inspired by the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 hypercar[/caption]

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