Austrian company Kormaran has revealed more about their latest limited edition product, the Kormaran K7. Following their official partnership with the Monaco Yacht Show for the second consecutive year, the K7 will be revealed in full at the inaugural Monaco Yacht Show Gala on the evening before the event opens its doors to the public.
The K7 combines both comfort and safety, transforming from an elegant, stable multi-purpose day-boat to a sunbathing island wherever her owner desires. The brand has taken technological expertise and inspiration from the automotive and aviation industries, as well as several of the America’s Cup vessels, resulting in engine performance up to 900 hp dependent upon the individual configuration specified by the client. This provides the K7 with a top speed of up to 50 knots in its powerboat configuration, and almost 40 knots in the hydrofoil configuration.
“The K7 is a real eye-catcher, technologically unmatched, and promising a thrilling experience,” describes Dr. Oliver Kormann, Founder and Owner of Kormaran. "Prices range from €1,200,000 to €2,500,000 dependent upon configuration and levels of personalisation, and Kormaran has revealed to SYT that several new features are now available in the Kormaran range, including hulls, ROTAX 300 hp engines, a new exhaust system and a new transmission system."
“The K7 First Edition is a high-end luxury product, manufactured with the highest super sports car automotive quality standards, in a limited edition of only 50 personalised masterpieces. It is also a state of the art in cutting edge technology and a statement of today's possibilities in design and styling without compromising customer’s desires and demands,” says Kormann.
The production of sold vessels is already underway, with the first deliveries expected in Spring 2017. Kormaran welcomes all at their dedicated stand at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show next week at QR3 on the Quai Rainier 1er to hear more about their latest unique product.
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