production has started for project neptune, the luxurious, limited edition submersible by aston martin and triton submarines. following the successful completion of its design phase, the first model will be unveiled to the public later this year.

project neptune, aston martin and triton's luxurious submersible, goes into production
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aston martin’s collaboration with triton submarines combines beauty and elegance with a safe, reliable design that offers nearly 360º visibility. the submersible will be able to dive to 500 meters of depth and reach sprint speed in excess of 5 knots while carrying a pilot and two passengers. aston martin’s in-house team has created a range of various combinations of color and trim combined with the vehicle’s sporting, luxury and maritime characteristics and further customization and personalization options will be available.

project neptune, aston martin and triton's luxurious submersible, goes into production

project neptune, aston martin and triton's luxurious submersible, goes into production

  • When you have enough money to be ‘elegant’ underwater, you have too much.


    JimCan says:
  • Very cool. But does it have some kind of emergency exit or device? I’m surprised to see the front as a section of a sphere and not more hydrodynamic like with a pointed nose. Is that to get a non blurred vision?

    Dirk says:

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