Strand Craft 122, the Super Yacht with a Free Supercar Inside

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We've all figured it out by now that the world's economy is not quite what one would consider "prosperous." With job cuts, pay cuts and all sorts of cuts hurting everyone's pockets, creating a decent offer to make your product stand out from the competition is the only way to go.

The same applies to manufacturers of things 98 percent of the world's population will never get to own. Take Gray Design, who drew up the Strand Craft 122, "a high performance streamlined 38 meters Open super yacht."

Complete with an Art Deco interior, four double staterooms, heads, reception, salon areas and crew cabins, the yacht has more than a bundle to offer to anyone who can afford $25 million to buy it. Let's see what, exactly.

First, we have the MTU Series 4000 diesel engines and the two Rolls Royce jet drives which power the boat (sorry, yacht). Developing over 14,000 horsepower combined, the engines
allow for a top speed of a bit over 50 knots (over 60 mph).

On the interior, the aforementioned Art Deco interior is embellished by 52 inch LED TV and Bang & Olufsen sound systems in every room.

All of the above, combined with the usual luxury common in an yacht, is apparently not enough of an incentive for prospective buyers. Gray Design thought that throwing in a free supercar might incentivize the rich even more.

The supercar offered "to go" is handcrafted and powered by a twin turbo V12 engine developing 880 hp and capable of speeds of up to 375 km/h (233 mph). The car can be transported in the stern garage of the yacht, so that when you find land, you don't get stranded on the beach. The yacht's creators say the car is free but, then again, once you pay $25 million, how can you tell?
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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