Italian designer Lazzarini has unveiled Xenos, a 40 metre high-speed cruising superyacht concept.
Key features of this aluminium and carbon design, include “photochromic” windows that lines the exterior and change transparency depending on the light.
A number of propulsion packages are available, including twin, triple or quadruple CAT engines ranging from 7,300hp to 15,000hp for a top speed of 90 knots, an estimated record speed of a yacht this size.
Available with either a traditional or foil hull, Xenos is available in two versions, either as the private, recreational ‘Hyperyacht” or as the transportation ‘Seajet Piercer’ version, which can carry a total of 180 people.
The Hyperyacht version features a deck lounge, Jacuzzi and spacious garage for toys, tenders and a Bugatti supercar that comes included in the yacht’s price. The car can be unloaded from the vessel with ease thanks to an adjustable bridge. Down below lie three spacious cabins, alongside a galley and saloon.