The Lamborghini Aventador SV Roadster may be the fastest car out there, capable of reaching 60 miles from standstill in just 2.8 seconds, plus having a top speed of 217 miles per hour. But where will the Aventador end up if it runs out of road to drive on? We all know that the planet is made up of 70 percent water.
Well, that doesn't seem to be a problem. If you have the money to get yourself that roadster, you sure can afford a speedboat to pair with it. There is a listing on JamesEdition in Fort Lauderdale of a Lambo Aventador SV Roadster with a matching catamaran. And yes, they really do have matching colours.
Just like the roadster, the catamaran was customized to look like it is the supercar's big brother. The 52-foot MTI G6 has been finished with a Verde Singh shade paired with Alcantara upholstery, and of course the carbon fiber trim. And that's not all, as the speedboat comes with a steering wheel, marinized switchgear, door panels, and lighting from the Aventador - literally the works.
As for performance, it definitely has to keep up with the Aventador SV Roadster right? Though it doesn't come equipped with a Lamborghini engine, the catamaran was built with a single Mercury racing engine that gives out as much as 1,350 horsepower on a 91-octane gasoline, but its limits can be pushed to 1,550 horsepower when fueled with a 112 AKI race fuel. This powerhouse enables the speedboat to go on a top speed of 180 miles per hour on open waters. Told you the Aventador won't have a problem running out of road to drive on.
This was developed over the span of two years with an investment of $2.35 million. Both the Aventador and the MTI G6 can be yours for $2.199 million, and it is indeed perfect for those who are in need of speed on and off the road. Plus, you won't find this anywhere else.
Gino Gargiulo, a Miami restaurateur is the man behind this project. He is known for commissioning speedboat and supercar hybrids. The man has also appeared in CNBC TV's The Secret Life of the Super Rich with his creations.
The catamaran itself is one of the finest, fastest, most advanced performance boats in the world with a price value of $1.75 million. The Lamborghini, on the other hand, has only 700 miles on its odometer, and is valued at $600,000.
The pristine Lamborghini and the speedboat are currently being watched by 300 people on eBay, and sale will end in under two weeks so there’s no time to waste.