Henrik Fisker Design and yacht builder Benetti have taken the wraps off the new Fisker 50 concept.

Essentially a 164 foot long superyacht designed by Henrik Fisker, the Fisker 50 concept previews a production model that will be made by in Italy.

While our bank accounts might excuse us from being superyacht experts, the Fisker 50 has a stylish design with flowing lines that draw inspiration from a "perfect regressing wave."  The yacht also has carbon fiber trim and a distinctive bow with three stainless steel bars mounted onto it.  Other notable styling features include reclaimed wood decks, roof-mounted solar panels, and carbon fiber "shark fins" that give the yacht an "aerodynamic and smooth appearance."

The upscale styling continues in the interior as the boat features premium materials and wood floors with plush carpeted accents.  The yacht has a total of six different guest cabins and a master suite that includes an office / library, a bathroom, and a bedroom.  The master suite also has a fireplace, a minibar, a starlight ceiling, and his / hers walk-in closets. 

If that's not luxurious enough, the yacht has an ocean-facing Jacuzzi, a spa, and multiple sunbathing areas.  There's also a "beach club," a movie theater, and comfortable staff quarters for up to 11 crew members. Lastly, since yacht owners like to booze it up, the Fisker 50 has multiple bars to quench their thirst.

Performance specifications haven't been released but the companies confirmed the model will be offered with an optional hybrid powertrain.

Gallery: Fisker 50 concept

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