Luxury car manufacturers are taking their talents on the water for some sleek looking sports boats. From Aston Martin to Bugatti to Lexus to Porsche, here are four collaborations that just might blow you out of the water matching speed on the water to speed on the pavement.
Aston DBS Superleggera Volante + Aston Martin AM37 yacht
As Aston Martin’s fastest convertible, the DBS Superleggera Volante is Aston Martin boasts a 715 hp twin-turbo V-12 and is priced at $329,100. In collaboration with Mulder Design, Aston Martin’s Q Division designed the latest AM37. The 37-foot-long speed boat comes in at a cool $1.64 million and comes standard with twin 370 hp Mercury diesel engines, while the upgraded AM37S, features two 520 hp Mercury Racing V8s, hitting 50 knots.
Bugatti Chiron Sport + Bugatti Niniette yacht
The latest Chiron Sport a limited-edition 20-piece run commemorates the French marque’s 110th anniversary. With 1,500hp and a top speed of 261mph at $3.26 million, it is one of the world’s most expensive supercars. With a matching color scheme, the Bugatti Niniette at $2.99 million is a 66-foot superyacht capable of top-speed of 44 knots due to its twin 1,000 hp MAN diesel engines.
Lexus LS 500 F Sports + Lexus LY 650 Sports yacht
The new flagship LS 500 F Sport comes in at $81,450 packing a twin-turbo V-6 packing 416 hp comfortably seating five. At 65 feet, the Lexus LY 650 produces up to 1,3500 hp thanks to its Volvo IPS engines. As the companies first-ever production yacht, it is the first production marine vessel to use L-finesse, the design language of Lexus
Porsche 918 Spyder + Dynamiq GTT 115
The hybrid-electric Porsche 918 Spyder at just over $1 million pushes 900 hp from a 4.6-liter V-8 gasoline engine and two electric motors. Starting at $14 million, just seven of the Dynamiq GTT 115 hybrid-electric mini-superyachts are being offered. Designed by Studio F.A. Porsche, has many impressive firsts for a yacht its size aiding it to deliver a transatlantic range and a top speed of 21 knots.