One of Turkey’s exciting new shipyards, Naval Yachts has unveiled its latest concept: the LXT88. A supercar-inspired yacht that will appeal to lovers of high-performance vehicles, the 88ft (27m) large yacht is a sleek, vibrant design that is reminiscent of a Lamborghini.
Speed and Dynamism
In a statement to the press, Naval Yachts explained that the “LXT88 is more than just a style and aesthetics, it is also a candidate project to be a representative of luxury and speed. Inspired by the aerodynamics of supersport cars, the concept is based on two innovative elements that stand out from its segmented competitors: Speed and Dynamism.”
LXT88 is more than just a style and aesthetics, it is also a candidate project to be a representative of luxury and speed.
In addition to the exterior design mirroring that of a high-powered sports car, the LXT88 is powered by twin MTU 1600 V12 engines that enables the yacht to reach a heart-racing speed of 42 knots. The lightweight aluminum construction ensures she will fly across the water.
The concept’s bright color palette is also reminiscent of an eye-catching sportscar, with a vibrant orange hull and black carbon features. The LXT88 offers three guest cabins and accommodation for two crew. One of her standout features is her forward jacuzzi – undoubtedly the best seat in the house for views of the cruising grounds.
The concept’s bright color palette is also reminiscent of an eye-catching sportscar, with a vibrant orange hull and black carbon features.
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Naval Yachts was originally established as a yacht design studio before evolving into a shipyard in 2010. Its design-first history explains its boundary-pushing concepts and openness to experimental vessels. The yachting and performance car industries have a long association with each other. The pinnacle of luxury on land and at sea, the smart engineering and high performance of each reflect owners’ desire for speed and style. Wherever she sails, the LXT88 is sure to turn heads.