Conor McGregor Buys a AU$4.9 Million Lamborghini Yacht
The Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63
Just a week after he lost to Dustin Poirier, Conor McGregor is trying some retailer therapy. His recent purchase is a Lamborghini yacht that he shared via social media. Read on to know what makes this purchase worth US$ 3.4 million (AU$ 4.9 million) so special.
Conor McGregor shared the news of his purchase via Instagram. While sharing a photo of his Lamborghini yacht, he wrote, “My Lamborghini yacht is ready.” The yacht, Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, has a MAN V12 engine that can produce 4,000 horsepower and has a top speed of 60 knots. It predominantly comprises of carbon-fibre, and that is what makes this yacht very lightweight.
The new Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 of Conor McGregor
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The new yacht of Conor McGregor measures 63 feet in length and weighs in at 24 tonnes. The exterior of the Lamborghini yacht will make you think of the 1960/1970s era Lamborghini Miura, Lamborghini Countach, and Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 hybrid hypercar as it draws inspiration from all of these.
The interior of the Lamborghini 63 was described as a “high-tech design based on super-performing materials for weight and function.” It showcases the iconic clean lines of the brand. Its Y-motif, its hexagonal shapes, and the totally customizable colours are also in line with the brands’ ideas.
Interestingly, the new Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 of Conor McGregor will have just 63 yachts. The number 63 is also symbolic of the year Lamborghini was founded. The Lamborghini yacht also features a private bedroom space that is situated at the lower quarters. Lamborghini says that the motorboat aims to provide its users with “Performance, driving pleasure, attention to quality and details, emotion.”
Though the price might seem on a higher side to some people, the Lamborghini yacht of Conor McGregor is quite popular. Though the company has not revealed how many units of the yacht have been sold, it confirmed that the available build slots through 2022 are already reserved. So, if you have AU$ 4.9 million lying around, you might need to wait till 2023 to get your hands on the yacht. Even then, there is no guarantee that you will get one.
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