LEXUS straddles luxury yachts
LEXUS is not only a luxury car brand, but also a symbol of luxury lifestyle. Therefore, boldly stepping the field of new luxury yachts, to explore and design the type of sea life, to create a stylish luxury yacht, so that the luxury of life more perfect layout.
This LEXUS Sport Yacht Concept sports concept yacht was once held at Miami Beach, Florida, in January 2017. It consists of Toyoda President Toyoda Toyoda, President of Yoshihiro Sawa, Global CEO of LEXUS International, and Executive Vice President of Toyota Group. Shigeki Tomoyama, the senior chief operating officer of the company, jointly published the book, which made the automobile industry and the yacht industry amazing. This year, it was exhibited at the Japan International Boat Show held in Yokohama, Japan, and won the annual Special Yacht Award.
Constructed by the Toyota Group's Marine Division and the Marquis-Larson Yacht Group, Wisconsin, USA, its 42-foot yacht hull, internal structure and upper hull are made of hand-woven carbon fiber and polyurethane epoxies. The powertrain is two 5.0L V8 petrol engines, numbered 2UR-GSE, identical to the powertrains on the LC 500's flagship GT coupe, RC F and GS F.
Tomoyama also announced that LEXUS combined the Amazing experience of engineering, construction and testing last year to exhibit the sport concept yacht, and will boldly make new and larger yachts in the next step to provide more comfortable and spacious space; the second half of 2019 is expected. It began to be sold in the United States, and it will be listed in Japan in the spring of 2020 and will be sold worldwide.
In the future, we will work together with the Marquis-Larson Yacht Group to leverage its yacht's engineering planning and manufacturing capabilities to create a 65-foot sport flybridge with a luxury cabin under deck and entertainment space for up to 15 guests. , and use the Mobility Services Platform (MSPF) system to provide security, integrated smart mobile devices, remote diagnostics and maintenance services.
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