Unconventional, impractical, but it's love at first sight. Cars and boats go hand in hand, it is an unquestionable fact that we already have in various partnerships. One of such partnerships is Officina Armare, the Italian design house that created this lover.
The A43 speedboat was conceived as an aquatic version of the Centenario Roadster and they’ve certainly got the lines right, as well as the side engine intakes, curved windscreen, and acres of exposed carbon fiber.
It is important to properly mix a cocktail of graceful shapes and speed. Lambo and the A43 would have that in spades – with twin 540hp Mercury Racing petrol inboard engines fitted, it’s estimated she could kick out a blistering top speed in excess of 80 knots.
There are few, if any, concessions to traditional boating style, without an inch of teak insight, let alone foredeck guardrails. Indeed with the bike racks fitted in one of these renders, boarding the thing in the first place would certainly be a challenge – but given Lamborghini’s proud history of laughing in the face of practicality, that seems entirely fitting.