Triton x Aston Martin Project Neptune Submarine

Sep 28, 2017

Category: Rides

Looking to conquer both land and sea, Aston Martin has teamed up with Triton Submarines to release what truly may become the most luxurious private submersible watercraft of our time. From exploring the depths of the sea to going on a romantic subaquatic voyage along the Great Barrier Reef both brands look to capitalize on the world of unencumbered luxury.

Dubbed Project Neptune, the collaboration combines the diving and operational expertise Triton with the design, craftsmanship and aesthetic of Aston Martin. The project was overseen by Aston Martin Consulting and based on Triton’s Low Profile three-person platform through which the automotive manufacturer was able to impart their own brand amenities onto the submersible canvas. There’s no question then that this vehicle is slated to boast a sleek interior and elegant exterior – based on the same design principles as the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar. Additional specs on the project are limited, but we wouldn’t be surprised if we see a prototype make an appearance in an upcoming Bond film in the not-too-distant future.

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