The Bugatti Niniette 66 Doesnt Need the Nurburgring to Hit Top Speed

Palmer Johnson is known as one of the world's most innovative yacht designers, known for building revolutionary hulls and fast yachts. They set their name in stone in 1979 by building the world's fastest yacht at the time.

Bugatti

, on the other hand, is known for its fast luxury. By winning the first Monte Carlo GP in 193, it became known as a contender that isn't to be underestimated. Today, it still holds multiple speed records. Oh, and I'm sure you knew that Bugatti was once a boat builder.

But what happens when you put these two in the same room? Well, an icon is sure to spawn. And it did.

What you’re looking at is the Bugatti Niniette 66 yacht. Inspired by the ever-present Bugatti lines, symmetry, interior design and even speed, you’re sure to feel like you’re in one.

First off, don’t start thinking that what you see in the gallery is all you get. No. Anytime you spend some moolah on something like this, you’re sure to have an input and influence upon the final product. In the gallery you are seeing just one of the possible outcomes of the 66 variations.

When you first set your eyes on it, the rear of the 66 screams Bugatti. Have a look at the photo where the

Chiron

and Niniette are side by side. Pretty darned close huh? That’s what happens when masters of their craftwork together.

In charge of the hull build was the Johnson crew. Using materials like carbon fiber and other alloys allowed the Chiron shape to take hold. The rear of the vessel includes the signature C....

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