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Mercedes Vision Gran Turismo Concept Inspires Cigarette Racing Boat

Curvaceous Mercedes Vision Gran Turismo concept serves as inspiration for the Cigarette Racing Vision GT boat concept

Jason Udy
Feb 14, 2014 SHARE

Cigarette Racing Vision GT Boat Concept Details:

  • Inspired by Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo Concept
  • Team previously designed boats after the SLS AMG & C63 AMG Black Series
  • 50-foot vessel features a long front and is finished in a silver hue like Vision Gran Turismo
  • Debuts at the Miami International Boat Show and priced at $1.5 million

Although there are no plans to put the Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo concept into production, the car can be raced in Gran Turismo 6 on PlayStation 3. And now the curvaceous Vision Gran Turismo concept serves as inspiration for the Cigarette Racing Vision GT boat concept.

This isn't the first time an AMG vehicle has inspired a boat, as the Cigarette Racing team previously designed boats after the SLS AMG and C63 AMG Black Series. Like the Vision Gran Turismo concept, the 50-foot Vision GT concept features a long front and is finished in a silver hue. On the Vision GT boat concept, that color is dubbed Alubeam, with the hull and accents contrasting in a custom matte black finish. Inside, the Vision GT concept features a black interior with black Alcantara accents. The dash panel is made from carbon fiber and the gauges feature silver faces. With a total of four high-definition screens, the concept features computerized controls and the latest Garmin and Cigarette navigation and audio system with Bluetooth.

Debuting this weekend at the Miami International Boat Show, the Cigarette Racing Vision GT concept is priced at $1.5 million. Check out the images in the gallery below.

Source: Mercedes-Benz

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