Cigarette Racing Showcases New 50' Beast Powered by 1650's..

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 This past week at the 2014 Miami International Boat show two legendary brands from the performance boating and auto industry were on hand as The crew from Cigarette Racing and the Mercedes-Benz/AMG showcased their latest project the gorgeous Cigarette Racing 50' Vision GT Concept along with a Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo Concept car. This special project was designed alongside PlayStation® 3's new Gran Turismo® 6 video game in celebration as this well recognized video game brand turns 15 years old since it first launched on Play Station. 


As cool as the unique concept car which is to be featured in the game is, we think  the true work of art out of the two is the new Cigarette Racing 50' Vision GT Concept, which as cigarette is priding their selfs on is truly a one-of-a-kind special model which is also the companies most powerful production twin engine performance boat ever developed and built by Cigarette Racing over their past 40+ years of building high performance powerboats. The Cigarette Racing 50' Vision GT Concept comes rigged with a pair of Mercury Racing new 1650 hp Mercury Racing engines, the hull it self is extremely lightweight designed to allow for an estimated top speed of more than 140 mph which is quite impressive for 50' V-hull that sits just over 8 feet wide.




Like every boat that leaves the Cigarette Racing shop this boat was rigged with the best through out the interior as well which was featured in a sleek black on black look that includes custom carbon fiber dash panels inside the boat along with silver gauges to finish of the look along with a digit Interface Technology. This new user interface technology includes computerized controls, four high-definition displays, and the next generation integration of Garmin and Cigarette navigation and audio that also connects via Bluetooth as well. As most of your are wondering the price tag on this one-of-a-kind Cigarette the crew from Cigarette Racing says your looking at spending around $1.5 million USD for the boat. 


Photo's courtesy of the Official Cigarette Racing Crew.

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