Project Neptune is a three-seat concept that uses the latest technology from Triton and Aston Martin's material and design capabilities to create the ultimate luxury submersible. A concept image of Project Neptune depicts a sleek design, with a bubble-like cockpit at its center that provides a almost 360 degree view. It's a submersible, that must-have plaything of superyacht owners the world over.
Plans call for marrying Triton's Low Profile three-person platform with the automotive brand's design and engineering language, under the direction of its Chief Creative Officer, Marek Reichman. If you find yourself in either of the two categories, perhaps you might also be interested in an Aston Martin submarine.
Aston Martin Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer Marek Reichman and his team have transformed Triton's compact LP platform, creating a vehicle with inherently lovely proportions.
Roku to make $219m debut
Buttressing that success, Dawson said, is the fact Roku users aren't locked into any one ecosystem; it offers everything. Roku is actually losing money on its hardware even though it generates such a large percentage of the company's revenue.
This week, the company announced a new design for a luxury submersible vehicle it's now calling Project Neptune.
Ultra-rich Aston Martin fans are getting another super exclusive vehicle to sink money into.
It's not the first time Aston Martin has taken to the water. "We have used forms and proportions that express the same devotion to design, engineering and beauty that shape our cars, such as the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar project".
Where other automotive companies have been investing in flying cars, British luxury sports auto maker Aston Martin has taken to the sea.
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