Lazzarini Design has revealed a Ferrari-inspired 27 metre superyacht concept named GranTurismo Mediterranea (GTM).
Taking inspiration from the design of a classic Ferrari supercar, the concept is characterised by a striking red superstructure made from light carbon fibre. “We tried to imagine how a Ferrari of the seas would look like," the studio said.
The concept has a top speed is 70 knots thanks to a hybrid propulsion system consisting of triple Man v12 engines, an Arneson transmission and a central Hamilton Jet drive.
“While the propellers are limited in steering, the jet will provide thrust in acceleration and turning degrees at high speeds,” the studio said.
The standout design feature is the folding transom on the aft deck, which features a huge Ferrari-style “bumper” at the stern of the concept. The GTM features a racing car-style cockpit while the main saloon with two large sofas sits aft and leads to one of the two double guest cabins.
Accommodation is for four in two cabins, with one each found on the main deck and lower deck. Meanwhile, crew accommodation is for three in two cabins.
It comes after the studio revealed the 85 metre superyacht concept named Icaria.