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[YesAuto Wonderful Car Life] Bugatti has been busy planning to launch Chiron, the successor to Weihang. What's interesting is that they also plan to launch a luxury yacht named Niniette. Bugatti Weihang is already very out of touch. , Now the global local tyrants have new toys to buy.

On December 4, 2015, Bugatti announced that it had jointly built the Niniette luxury yacht with Palmer Johnson. The yacht is divided into three specifications, with a length ranging from 43 feet (approximately 13 meters) to 88 feet (approximately 27 meters). The yacht owns With a 63-square-meter deck and a 43-square-meter salon on the lower deck, the cabin contains 4 luxuriously decorated guest rooms. According to the needs of customers, Bugatti provides a variety of personalized interior decoration customization services. The production cycle of each type of yacht takes 12 months.

The hull of the Niniette is made of titanium alloy and carbon fiber materials, and the hull is painted in Bugatti’s iconic blue. The Niniette is designed by Bugatti. The appearance of the hull is extremely technological, which makes you feel that this guy is expensive at first glance. . Just like building a sports car, the Bugatti design team builds a yacht in a way that style follows performance. The design features of the yacht include the sliding tail of the Bugatti Type 57C Atalante and the almost perfectly balanced proportions of the Type 41 Royale.

Bugatti’s involvement in the ship field is not a momentary brainstorm. The company’s founder, Ettore Bugatti, has been involved in the development of racing boats and yachts as early as the 1930s. The naming of the boats he participated in was derived from him. In his family and life, the name of the new yacht Niniette comes from the name of his daughter Lydia’s pet.

It is reported that the top speed of the Niniette yacht is 38 knots (approximately 70 km/h on land), of which the 43-foot Niniette is priced at US$2 million, the 63-foot model is priced at US$3.25 million, and the largest 88-foot model is sold. The price has not yet been announced. According to Niniette’s production cycle, customers who place orders now will not get their favorite luxury yachts until 2017 at the earliest. This cross-field cooperation between the two century-old companies will inevitably present a technology and A masterpiece of artistic coexistence, in the end I just want to say to those local tyrants: “Can you take me out to sea and nurture them.” (Photo/Text: Li Haopeng, Car Home)