A MARITIME MASTERPIECE: THE TECNOMAR FOR LAMBORGHINI 63
Combining the opulence of a yacht with the dynamic essence of Lamborghini, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 emerges as a cutting-edge, high-speed vessel. Developed by The Italian Sea Group’s Tecnomar in collaboration with Centro Stile Lamborghini, this nautical marvel draws inspiration from the Siàn FKP 37, Lamborghini’s first super sport hybrid car, featuring bespoke colors and details befitting its moniker, “siàn,” meaning thunderbolt in Bolognese dialect.
Stefano Rutigliano, Strategy Director of Automobili Lamborghini, aptly describes the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 as embodying “the Lamborghini DNA riding on the waves with the same attitude of the super sport cars riding on the asphalt.” The number 63, significant to both Lamborghini and The Italian Sea Group, reflects the founding year of Lamborghini, the birth year of Giovanni Constantino (founder of The Italian Sea Group), and symbolizes uniqueness.
The tailor-made interiors of the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, available in two variations with diverse material combinations, seamlessly integrate iconic elements from the luxury automotive brand. Hexagonal patterns, reminiscent of Lamborghini upholstery, along with customizable colors and materials through the Ad Personam program, provide an opportunity for personalized creativity in every detail.
The vessel’s control panel mirrors the Lamborghini experience, featuring a nautical interpretation of the steering wheel, a complete cockpit with monitoring and sailing systems, sport seats, and the unmistakable double-button start&stop, reminiscent of Lamborghini cars. This dual-button design, echoing the roar of Lamborghini’s super sport cars, complements the boat’s main feature—a dual-engine setup enabling a remarkable maximum speed of 60 knots.
Achieving this speed is the result of meticulous high-tech research and development, particularly in utilizing ultralight and high-performance materials, notably carbon fiber from Lamborghini’s super sport cars. The boat’s ‘superlight’ classification stems from the strategic use of carbon fiber, and the external design is a testament to advanced technology. The hull and upper deck, designed by a specialized yachting engineering team with expertise in hydrodynamic research, seamlessly integrate with iconic lines inspired by Marcello Gandini’s work on Lamborghini’s Miura and Countach.
Paying homage to Lamborghini’s Siàn FKP 37 and the Terzo Millennio concept car, the bow lights feature prominently, echoing the distinctive signature of the car brand. The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 stands as a triumph of innovation, blending maritime tradition with automotive excellence.
NOTE: Early delivery in March, The only one available in 2024.