Italian manufacturer Invictus Yacht launches the new Invictus TT460 powered by Volvo Penta’s latest D6 IPS package. High performance without sacrificing comfort and space onboard.
A boat that manages to combine luxury and high performance. This is the purpose of Invictus Yachts with TT460. Thanks to Volvo Penta’s new IPS (Inboard Performance System) D6, the Invictus TT460 has the power of a much larger boat. The compact design of the D6 IPS package does not compromise on space on board.
The Invictus TT460 is powered by two Volvo Penta IPS 650 engines. The latest generation Volvo Penta D6 IPS packages include a complete propulsion solution, from propeller to rudder.
The compact design of the D6 IPS package means more space and comfort on board. In addition, the Volvo Penta IPS is designed for low noise and vibration levels.
The latest D4/D6 package offers superior maneuverability – at low speed and excellent high-speed handling – thanks to the steerable pods. These are controlled by a joystick which makes docking easier and safer, even in tight spaces, such as crowded ports.
Volvo Penta IPS is equipped with forward-facing propellers that improve performance and maneuverability. The D4/D6 range is Volvo Penta’s most technically advanced propulsion package, with performance ranging from 150 to 480hp.
“The Volvo Penta IPS package perfectly complements our new yacht,” says Christian Grande, Designer at Invictus Yacht. ” It is powerful and has excellent handling while being compact, fuel-efficient and quiet. In addition, the engine controls are designed to be high-tech and modern, adapting perfectly to our cockpit, adding value to the propulsion package.”
(Invictus Yacht, the new TT460 is powered by Volvo Penta – Barchemagazine.com – July 2020)