The Lamborghini Countach LP5000 Quattrovalvole From 1987 it’s a beautiful car, but in this particular case it stands out where it’s parked.
The car was seen aboard the rear deck of a yacht named Mizu, right under a basketball net. According to Y.co, it is a boat of 53 meters long or 174 feet that requires a crew to navigate.
It was delivered by OceanFast in 2004 and renamed by its current owner in 2011, the name is the Japanese for water. That name explains “Asian-inspired interiors” they were designed by Sam Sorgiovanni.
This was completely renovated in 2016, which means that everything inside is updated and boasts a private terrace for the owners, as well as decks for entertain guests such as a Jacuzzi for 14 people, bars, several sun loungers and a basketball net.
Presumably built for adventure, it features a maximum speed of 28 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles. These are impressive numbers, but car lovers may not be impressed.
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As for the Countach LP5000 QV, it was produced in 1985 with an evolved version of Lamborghini’s 5.2-litre V12 engine that featured four valves per cylinder. The vehicle offers a nominal power of 414 HP and only 66 were built.
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The yacht appears to be docked in a saltwater marina and the tiktok video below shows the luxury being talked about.
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