The world’s top-paid athlete enjoys his immense wealth. Conor McGregor, UFC’s star, announced a new, extravagant purchase: a $3.6million Tecnomar Lamborghini 63 speedboat.
McGregor, 33, announced that his Lamborghini yacht “is ready” in an Instagram post. He was still recovering from the severe leg injury he sustained during his fight with Dustin Poirier on July 10.
Lamborghini 63 is known as the “Supercar of the Sea.” It measures 63 feet in length and is powered by a twin MAN V12 engine, each producing 2000hp. This 24-ton boat is capable of reaching 60 knots at power and is the fastest of its kind.
The exterior design embodies Lamborghini DNA and is a testament to the boat’s performance. The tremendous yellow hull is the same as the Lamborghini Sian. To keep weight down, the carbon-fiber structure has angular windows that recall Lambo’s hexagons. The cockpit features leather pilot seats from Lamborghini’s Huracan Evo and a modeled Aventador steering wheel.
The collaboration between Tecnomar Lamborghini and Lamborghini began in June 2020. Only 63 boats went into production to honor Lamborghini’s 1963 foundation. According to TMZ, McGregor ordered yacht number 12 at Tecnomar Headquarters in Italy in October. This was in honor of Proper Number, his Irish whiskey business. He founded Twelve in 2018, and it was sold in April for 150 million.
In an Instagram posting last fall, McGregor stated that “I am humbled to secure the Number 12-edition of only 63 to be produced.”
McGregor just recently added the boat to his luxurious toy collection. His Lamborghini Aventador Roadster Roadster and Urus are prominently displayed on McGregor’s Instagram. He also proudly said his McLaren 650S McLaren Ghost, Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe Bentley Continental GT, BMW i8, and Rolls-Royce Ghost. He also owns a Land Rover Discovery and a Land Rover Range Rover Discovery, which are more affordable to get his kids to school.
McGregor may need to wait to drive his Lamborghini-63 for now. McGregor recently had surgery to repair his fractured fibula. He will likely need at most six weeks to get his sea leg back.