The Veyron is an amazing supercar, but it can only take you close to the beach and never in the water. So what happens when you want to continue the adrenalin-pumping experience on the sea as well? You take the XSR Interceptor, of course! Boasting 1,600bhp engines, this bad boy is officially described as ‘the Bugatti Veyron of the seas’.
Lots of carbon fiber and Kevlar was used for the power boat that can carry up to 12 passengers at a time. It has an excellent range of 1,000 miles, which kind of explains why it is also known as ‘No Boundaries’. Built seven years ago for the military, the 48ft boat will soon be sold at auction for considerably less than its actual value.
By selling it, manufacturers XSMG World are trying to recover money that they owe to HM Revenue and Customs, but they don’t hope to raise anything close to the Interceptor’s£1.5 million ($2.27 million) value. Apparently the toilets alone cost £7,000 (approx. $10,000), while the seats in the cabin are worth £90,000 ($136,000).