Porsche creates luxurious £10 million Superyacht

Porsche creates luxurious £10 million Superyacht

Porsche has created a 115-foot luxury Superyacht, the first for the car manufacturer. The vessel runs as a hybrid with 12,594 horsepower with a two MAN diesel engines, plus two 20.8 kW electric motors that can travel at an impressive 24mph!

The ‘GTT 115’ created by Porsche and Monaco-based yacht creator ,Dynamiq, is targeted to those who want to downsize from bigger superyachts. Dynamiq’s CEO Sergei Debroserdov said:

‘Our target clients might include those who are looking to downside from larger 50- or 60- metre yachts.’

The collaborators released the first concept images of the vessel, which will be sold for an impressive £10 million ($13,279,500). However, only 7 lucky sailors will be able to cruise in this vessel, with this project being very much ‘limited edition’.

Designed to accommodate 12 people (six passengers and six crew members), the yacht’s design has been hailed ‘perfect’. The exterior design of the GTT 115 was the responsibility of Studio FA (who have previously designed Porsche’s vehicles, sunglasses and watches). The design mimics the shape of the classic Porsche however it’s the interior design that has had people talking and desiring to own one of these yachts. It is available in 4 colours of Porsche Carrara white, Chalk, Rhodium Silver, or a custom Monte-Carlo Blue.

The interior features 7-foot high ceilings, carbon fibre and marbled details, decorating its 4 spacious cabins with plush furniture and furnishes that match the seats of the Porsche 911R. Another appealing aspect of the yacht is that most of the features are customisable from the paint colour to electronics and interior design. Debroserdov states:

‘The Dynamiq DTT 115 is the perfect realisation of utmost comfort and a sporty lifestyle in a practical and relatively compact package.’

The first of the GTT 115 is due to be revealed in September’s Monaco Boat Show and will be available for purchase; although customers should expect to wait around 15 months delivery of their new super-yacht.

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