Design studio M51 has lifted the lid on a new 90 metre concept called Le Mans. Inspired by the design of Le Mans racecars of the 1970s, the yacht's profile is sporty and aerodynamic, with soft edges to the lines and a three-colour paint scheme on the superstructure that aims to exaggerate the space between decks.
The finished result is clean and contemporary with staircases hidden within the superstructure so that the yacht's lines remain fluid and unbroken.
Meanwhile, the interior of Le Mans focuses on futuristic themes, using a combination of gloss black, natural wood and stainless steel.Read More/The latest standout new superyacht concepts
Accommodation is offered for up to 12 guests with a layout comprising a master suite, two VIP cabins, four twin cabins and an additional pair of cabins for crew members.
The master suite stretches across the full 13.8 metre beam of the superyacht concept, and includes large geometric windows, an island bed and a generous lounge and vanity table.
Elsewhere, the the yacht is home to a sundeck with a Jacuzzi and an interior dancefloor with a lounge bar, which is primed for entertaining larger groups. For dining, the upper deck has a 12-person table where guests can enjoy meals together.
Opportunities for al fresco living continue on the main deck, where there is a counter-flow swimming pool, and in the beach club, which has unfolding sea terraces to port and starboard.
At the bow, there is a recessed seating area to enjoy the views underway or a sunset at anchor.
Other amenities include a fully equipped gym, sauna, steam room, massage room and private cinema, making full use of the yacht's volume of 2,868 GT.
The design of Le Mans comes shortly after the studio unveiled its 80 metre volcano-inspired superyacht concept Forge.