Lamborghini yacht is the supercar of the seas

Lamborghini has teamed up with the Italian Sea Group to launch a yacht inspired by supercars. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2021.

The new yacht is called Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63, in reference to the automaker’s 1963 founding, and it borrows styling elements from a number Lamborghini cars. The Y-shaped bow lights reference the Terzo Millenio concept and Sian, while the instrument panel was designed to replicate the feel of a car’s cockpit, Lamborghini said in a press release.

The yacht can also be customized through Lamborghini’s Ad Personam program. The automaker said a variety of exterior color and livery options will be available, although only two options will be offered for the interior.

Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63 yacht

The yacht is powered by a pair of MAN V-12 engines, allowing for a top speed of 60 knots (69 mph). Thanks to carbon fiber construction, the 63-foot yacht

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This Colorado Parts Yard Collected Classic Cars for Decades

A bright orange Ford pickup sits wrapped around a tree. The truck dips in the center from the force of impact, its headlights shoved around either side of its arboreal lover. Surprise though! The tree embraced by 1978 chrome isn’t the one that did the damage. Automotive artists Gary and Alice Corns sat the crumpled Ford against the tree in their wrecking yard as a visual joke, and visitors to Colorado Auto and Parts enjoyed it so much it’s become a permanent installation. “We moved it once and people asked us where it was, so we had to put it back,” said company president Alice. It’s just one of the quirky presentations you’ll find in in the parts yard’s 38-acre recycling facility.

Alice Corns’s parents started the auto-recycling business in 1959. Now she runs it with her husband and sons, Eric and Adam. “Back then it was called a wrecking

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