Lam-boat-ghini: Meet the $3m Aventador SV and Speedboat combo
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This 'pristine' Lamborghini complete with matching speedboat are the ultimate toys for thrill-seekers - if you have a cool $3 million to spare.
The bespoke lime green Aventador SV Roadster and MTI Super Veloce catamaran, which means super-fast in Italian, is currently for sale on eBay.
Both were custom built and are finished in an extremely rare special-order colour called Verde Singh, which costs $105,000 alone.
The Lam-boat-ghini was cooked up by Miami restaurateur Gino Gargiulo, who has previous form in commissioning speedboat and supercar hybrids.
He has appeared on the CNBC TV show The Secret Lives of the Super Rich with two of his creations.
The unique buy is currently being watched by almost 300 people who hope to bag the incredible package when the sale ends in just under two weeks.
The 2016 Lamborghini has just 700 miles on the clock and is valued at $830,000.
The catamaran, which is described as 'one of the finest built, fastest, most advanced performance boats in the world', is valued at $2.4 million.
The boat can reach speeds in excess of 290 km/h while the car has a top speed of 350 km/h.
The high-spec stereo system cost almost $35,000 and the boat even features a 'race' and 'pleasure' key fob meaning the driver can switch between a 'pure-bred race machine' and a more leisurely ride at the touch of a button.
The 52 foot (16 metre) long customised Marine Technology Inc (MTI) catamaran took Miami Beach-based Xtreme Powerboats 16 months to build.
The carbon fibre beast is powered by twin Mercury Racing engines and is equipped with a high-quality video system with cameras strategically mounted, that records direct to a hard drive.
This is not the first time that Mr Gargiulo has created a customised pairing of land and marine based racing technology.
In February 2014, he received a Lamborghini Aventador LP720-4 Roadster and a 48 foot G6 series catamaran built by MTI, according to reports in Lambocars.
But he sold the unique vehicles, this time coloured in a luminous shade of yellow, to Russian car and boat enthusiast Vladimir Koshelev in 2015.
The Raging Bull, as he named it, cost Mr Garigulo $1.75 million.
Mr Gargiulo also created a Mercedes-inspired boat back in 2007.
After selling The Raging Bull he then ordered the Lamborghini and MTI catamaran now up for sale.
Speaking to the Lambocars, Mr Gargiulo said: 'MTI put inserts in the moulds to create indentations in the hull sides and deck to make the boat look more like the car. This boat is much, much sleeker than the last one.
'The previous boat was made to look like a Lamborghini. This boat is a Lamborghini, with the functional headlights, taillights, and rear view mirrors, all actual Lamborghini parts that have been modified to survive on water.'