Aston Martin starts creating electric submarine

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2018-05-09 12:00:05

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Aston Martin starts creating electric submarine

Electric vehicle denser part of our lives, but a large company can often surprise us with their announcements. For example, recently a manufacturer of premium cars Aston Martin said that his new model is not a car, and a submarine. And it will work on electricity.

To implement the planned Aston Martin joins forces with a manufacturer of civil submarines Triton. The new project was named Project Neptune Sub, and the engineers of companies a very long time worked on "the right balance between dynamics, style and luxury". The case design is reminiscent of the best James bond's car (most cars of the British agent was made an Aston Martin). As stated by the creative Director of the automaker Meric Richman

"We pay equal amount of attention as those parts of the model that are visible and those that are hidden under the body. They are not visible, but they affect the perception of the final product as a whole".

The Speed of the submarine in the boats will be about 9.2 kilometers per hour, which will be much higher under water. Itself submarine accommodates 2 people and can dive to a depth of 500 meters. Battery will last for 12 hours admiring the underwater expanses.

"the design Team at Aston Martin has developed three styles, each of which offers a unique combination of colors and finishes. Aston Martin staff will continue to work for even more personalization submarines".

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