Transversality in design always pays off with new and creative ideas. Pleasure boating and motoring are two different worlds, yet they have always had close ties, with watercraft invariably finding new design ideas in car design to satisfy market trends and the tastes of yacht owners. In the case of the new Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, an innovative craft under construction at the Tecnomar, boatyard, there is not only inspiration but also collaboration. The result: a high-performance motor yacht characterized by super-sporty lines completely out of the nautical box. We will see it in 2021.
The project, developed by Tecnomar in joint design analysis sessions with the contribution of Lamborghini’s Style Center, embodies shared features of the DNA of each marque. Hull and superstructure have been created from a high-performance keel designed by the team of naval engineers specialized in the study of hydrodynamics. The hard top is inspired by roadsters (open two-seater autos) by Lamborghini. It guarantees surprising aerodynamic performance while providing protection from sun and wind. The bow lights are a tribute to the Third Millennium concept car and the Lamborghini Sián FKP 37, both characterized by headlights displaying the typical Lamborghini stylistic features.
The interiors of Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 are the outcome of a high-tech design resting on the use of high-performance materials in terms of weight and functionality. The whole is fully customizable: thanks to the Ad Personam program, clients can choose from an endless range of materials and finishes (exactly as on board a megayacht) and different colors both for the exterior (between the selection of Lamborghini color schemes or specific liveries on request) and for the interior, available in two versions. “This yacht is the finest expression of what it means for us to create a quality partnership,” comments Giovanni Costantino, president of The Italian Sea Group, “The essence of all our collaboration consists in transferring our style and experience into worlds that, despite their diversity, have traits in common with our own, so that they can be interpreted to add value. If I had to imagine a Lamborghini on the water, this would be my vision.”