Published: Thursday, 19 June 2014

Frauscher introduces the 747 Mirage. The Mirage continues the approach Frauscher initiated with the previously launched 858 Fantom, both designed by studio KISKA and hydrodynamic expert Harry Miesbauer. The features are more radical though, they also emphasize Frauscher’s racing heritage.

Frauschers 747 Mirage Exclusive Day Cruiser

“The 747 Mirage further differentiates the Frauscher brand with a strong design language that is distinct both in its sophistication and its clear link to automotive design…the low nose, exaggerated feature lines and impressive side air intakes result in a design that is sophisticated, strong and supercar-inspired,” says Gerald Kiska, CEO of Kiska. "In terms of performance and styling, there is nothing like the 747 Mirage in its class.”

Customers can select from a wide range of exterior and interior colours and the characteristic low nose design gives the driver a great front view regardless of speed.

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Available with three different Mercruiser petrol engines and a Volvo Penta D4 Diesel option, ranging from 220hp up to 430hp, the 747 Mirage’s performance matches its looks, putting the top speed at 56 knots. With a 250 litre fuel tank, customers also have enough range for longer trips as well.

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The 747 Mirage will make her debut at the 2014 Cannes Yachting Festival.

First customer deliveries are scheduled for early 2015.