New laws, a new boat design and other factors could see a different unit from the one in Bermuda.
Burling again was quick to give credit to his team-mates for bringing the Auld Mug back to NZ shores.
The funding matches a similar amount the Government put in to Team NZ following their heart breaking loss in 2013.
Team NZ's principal Matteo de Nora has revealed that the victorious Kiwi syndicate purposely hid their abilities in the starting box.
Glenn Ashby said beer tasted pretty good out of the Auld Mug, while Peter Burling said exhaustion was starting to set in.
"Every time we do a tack or a gybe or whatever, I've just been going 'hold on, hold on' and they have."
"I think more about the America's Cup than my family," said Jimmy Spithill.
Burling said it was his tactical error which handed Oracle their first win in the finals series in Bermuda.
Jimmy Spithill reckoned "it's only just beginning" after claiming his first win of the finals series.
Spithill claims that the race officials have been giving away "soft" penalties in favour of Team NZ.
The 37-year-old says mistakes have hindered their performances in the America's Cup finals series, not his age.
While showman Spithill was delighted, Burling was very positive about how his team performed under big pressure.