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To Know About Lamborghini’s New $3Mn Yacht,It’s like a Supercar.



See Lamborghini on-road and wondered, Lamborghini has made it happen anyway.Lamborghini 63, collaboration between Automobile Lamborghini and yacht company The Italian Sea Group.It’s inspired by Lamborghini Sián  FKP 37 hyper car. It looks like incredible

Now 5 crazy things to know about this million-dollar luxury Yacht that looks straight out of a Sci-Fi movie:

1. Ultra-Light Weight:

The Tecnomar features a carbon-fiber construction which makes it an ultra-lightweight boat. It still weighs 24 tons and is 63-feet long.

2. Aesthetics:

The exterior of the yacht is also meant to capture the aesthetic of the Lamborghini Miura and Countach from the 60s and 70s. We’d say it’s a good mix of an OG design and a sci-fi look with sharp edges and neon lights.

3. Incredible Performance:

he yacht comes fitted with twin 24.2-liter MAN V-12 diesel, makes 2000 horsepower and 4794 lb-ft of torque. The yacht’s top speed is 60 knots, which translates to 69 mph. We’re essentially looking at a cruising speed of 47 mph. This is way faster than a standard yacht. It’s a Lambo, after all.

4. Super Expensive Fixtures:

The base price doesn’t cover everything, by the way. The price is going to shoot up as you start personalizing the interiors and go for, say, Gucci bathroom fixtures.

5. Pricing & Availability:

So, the Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 starts at 3 million Euros, which is roughly around Rs 25 Crore. Lamborghini says the first boat will be available at the start of next year.


Automobile manufacturer Mahindra launches its Oxygen on Wheels initiative:Read more



Indian auto manufacturer Mahindra and Mahindra has launched its Oxygen on Wheels (O2W) initiative in Chennai from today. Mahindra Group’s Chairman Anand Mahindra took to Twitter today to confirm that the initiative is now live in as many as eight cities in India.

Mahindra’s Oxygen on Wheels is an initiative to provide logistics support that enables oxygen cylinders to reach hospitals and medical facilities. The initiative was first launched in Maharashtra at a time when the country was facing acute shortage of oxygen amid rising cases of Covid-19.

Anand Mahindra wrote, “We add our 8th city for delivering oxygen cylinders to hospitals and medical centres. We keep adding more locations as we fight the second wave together.”

Last week, Mahindra’s Oxygen on Wheels was launched in Hyderabad, the first city in the southern part of the country where the initiative has gone live. Mahindra has said that it is planning to expand its operations to other cities in the coming days.

Mahindra has converted hundreds of its Bolero pickup truck which now play the part of a delivery van of oxygen cylinders. According to Mahindra, the company has so far delivered more than 23,000 oxygen cylinders to hospitals or other medical facilities since the initiative kicked off

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