This is your $13 million hybrid Dynamiq Gran Turismo Transatlantic yacht built by Porsche

Article by Christian A., on May 22, 2017

Well, this could be what the super-rich would love to do to pass the time. Monaco-based superyacht builder, Dynamiq takes on another voyage by launching the new GTT 115 online configurator. Interested buyers of the 3,000-mile range supercar-inspired vessel can customize their yachts using the wide range of options available online.

Equipped with the latest hybrid propulsion system, the $13.2 million GTT 115 is actually built in collaboration with Studio F. A. Porsche. This however, is not Porsche’s first voyage in designing a yacht. The supercar maker has worked with Fearless 28 luxury speedboat and Royal Falcon Fleet’s RFF135 before venturing into this new project.

The GTT or the Gran Turismo Transatlantic is a 35-meter superyacht decked with Porsche’s most iconic design cues. It features the Mission E concept’s transom, the iconic supercar’s Targa-style mullions as well as the Porsche 911 R’s Pepita hounds tooth pattern for the deck’s furniture fabric.

Choices for the exterior finish can be had in Monte-Carlo Blue livery, the signature Carrara White, Chalk or Rhodium Silver. The hull lines and naval architecture on the other hand have been executed by Vripack and van Oossanen.

For $278,000, customers can add extras such as an exercise bike, mahogany elements, carbon trims plus special paint under the Sport Package. The sundeck bar would cost an additional $61,000 while the sliding door for the main lobby can be had for the price of $50,000. In addition to these, the superyacht’s lavish deck can be customized with Minotti furniture and accessories package ranging from $300,000-$400,000.

Other extras include 6 sets of beddings in Egyptian cotton with towels to match for the price of $50,000. There are also crew uniforms amounting to $45,000, an optionally available diving board with $20,000 price tag as well as a set of throw pillows that you can have by paying another $40,000.

For the base price of 13M USD, customers can enjoy 115-foot aluminum superyacht’s relaxing cabins decorated with carbon fiber trims, luxury leather and marble finishes. The GTT 115 is powered by 1,213kW twin MAN diesel engines capable of 21 knots top speed (or 6 knots in electric mode). Its 45kW Fischer Panda variable-speed generators are placed in the bow to offer guests a more pleasant sleep.

But who says only the filthy rich can customize their dream yacht? The best part is, even those who can’t afford these things can play with the yacht configurator. Super, isn’t it?

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