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News Lexus Is Going To Build A Yacht

17:07  14 march  2018
17:07  14 march  2018 Source:   autotrader.ca

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If they retire the GX and GS to build a MF'ing yacht , I'm going to become a Kia fanboy. Lexus goes from land yachts to water yachts with this boat concept The Lexus Sport Yacht Concept is a pet project of CEO Akio Toyoda.

“In building the Lexus Sport Yacht concept, we managed and administered a quality program to their exacting standards and expectations: we’ll apply what we’ve learned to all Marquis and Carver Yachts going forward,” said Paul Liss Marquis’ Vice President of Operations and Manufacturing.

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Lexus has announced it will next year begin selling a production version of the Luxury Sport Yacht concept the company revealed in early 2017.

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Toyota Motor Corporation executive VP Shigeki Tomoyama made the announcement recently at the Japan International Boat Show, where the concept was given a special award by Japan's Boat of the Year committee.

Shigeki said the production boat will be a 65-foot (nearly 20 metres) sport flybridge cruiser with luxury staterooms below deck and enough space to entertain 15 of your closest yacht rock-loving friends.

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Following on from the one-of-a-kind concept boat it revealed at the beginning of 2017, Lexus has announced a second, larger yacht — and this one’s set to actually going on sale to the public. Meet the Lexus Sport Yacht .

Lexus plans to build a 60 foot yacht based on their recent Sport Yacht concept, according to a report from Bertel Schmitt of Forbes: Instead, Lexus is planning for a 60 foot superyacht in what is commonly called the “gin palace” segment, “and for the engine, we’ll start thinking about it from

Those are all the details Lexus revealed, but the production boat boasts 885 hp from a pair of 5.0L V8 engines borrowed from the 2018 Lexus LC 500 luxury coupe and optimized for marine use. That's enough power to propel the concept to nearly 80 km/h.

While you're cruising along listening to Toto's greatest hits, Lexus says you'll be able to stay connected thanks to smartphone integration through a platform that will also provide security and remote diagnostics.

Lexus says it will build the yacht through a partnership with Marquis-Larson, the Wisconsin-based boat builder that helped put together the single running example of the concept.

More specifications and pricing will be revealed closer to the boat's late-2019 on-sale date.

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