Bugatti Built a Luxury Sport Yacht With a Fire Pit and Jacuzzi
There's now a yacht to match your Bugatti Chiron supercar.
Bugatti teamed up with yacht designer Palmer Johnson to create the Bugatti Niniette 66, a limited-edition sport yacht inspired by the Bugatti Chiron.
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The Chiron is a stunning, $2.6 million sports car with a massive amount of power (1,500 hp, to be exact) that can reach a top speed of 261 mph.
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Bugatti has been working with Palmer Johnson on the yacht project since 2015. Bugatti said potential buyers expressed interest after seeing the renderings, but asked for a closer connection to the Chiron that made its world premiere at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. It should come as no surprise that Bugatti owners were among the prospective buyers.
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Now Bugatti and Palmer Johnson have unveiled the results of their collaboration — a luxury sports yacht that doesn't skimp on power. Scroll down for a closer look:
The Bugatti Niniette is a 66-foot-long luxury yacht made of carbon fiber composite so it can really move. Bugatti said the yacht can reach a top speed of 44 knots.
The spacious open deck comes with leather seats and features naturally blue morta oak wood.
The lower deck comes with a champagne bar, sun pad, and plenty of open seats.
The lower deck also comes with a private Jacuzzi...
Cockpit and Fire Pit
The fire pit sits smack in the center while the Jacuzzi provides a nice view of the water.
Rather than splitting the interior below the lower deck into multiple cabins, Bugatti opted for a massive, spacious salon with a couch and flat screen TV.
A king-sized bed sits adjacent to the salon.
But there's also a massive couch if you want to sleep more people.
For more photos of the Bugatti Niniette 66, see the original story at BusinessInsider.com.