7 June, 2019 | It’s a battle between water and land in this week’s briefing. Aston Martin reveals more DB5 Goldfinger Continuation features and one of the most unique Sanlorenzo yachts is designed.
The ultimate James Bond car awaits
Last year, Aston Martin announced their plan to manufacture the definitive James Bond car made famous in the 1964 James Bond flick, Goldfinger. The British car manufacturer has revealed more details about the 25 limited edition DB5 Goldfinger Continuations. The iconic cars will include bullet resistant rear shield and simulated twin front machine guns.
Explore the world the high-tech vessel way
Monaco superyacht builder, Dynamiq has announced plans to build clients a no-compromise high-tech explorer vessel. The Global 330 comes at a €2.7 million base price and can accommodate ten guests in 5 luxurious cabins. Clients can personalise their yacht with furniture from the Bentley Home collection for an additional €435 000.
Is this one of the most powerful Ferraris?
The SF90 Stradale is the first ever Ferrari to feature plug-in hybrid electric vehicle architecture which sees the internal combustion engine integrated with three electric motors, two of which are independent and located on the front axle, with the third at the rear between the engine and the gearbox. This hybrid offering is said to be the most powerful road-going Prancing Horse in history.
A floating work of art
Sanlorenzo is known for their unique yachts and the latest 29.1-metre SL96 is no different. The SL96 can reach a top speed of 28 knots and cruise at 24 knots. The new design features the work of exterior designer Zuccon International Project and interior designer Laura Sessa’s Mediterranean inspired colours.