While we know that the submarine will be targeted at "researchers, explorers and superyacht owners", we don't have any idea of what it will be capable of. Triton's expertise lies in making sure that submarines can actually submerge safely, which is what gives me hope that this concept will indeed proceed to the limited edition production phase, as Aston Martin says it will.
Previous Aston Martin projects include the recent AM37 powerboat and a proposal for the new London bus designed in conjunction with famed Gherkin architect Norman Foster.
The finished product will be based on Triton's existing three-person Low Profile platform. If you find yourself in either of the two categories, perhaps you might also be interested in an Aston Martin submarine.
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Bradley Yorke-Biggs, managing director of Aston Martin Consulting, said: "Project Neptune is a flagship project for Aston Martin Consulting". While we normally expect to see luxury cars coming out of Aston Martin, it would appear that the company wants to branch out a bit. "The marque represents a deeply held passion for technology, engineering and timeless, elegant design", said Patrick Lahey, Triton Submarines president. But that, of course is a crude version compared with Aston Martin's panache and uber-exclusive materials.
Aston Martin Consulting provides design, engineering and manufacturing services to select industries, distilling the brand's essence into exciting new projects without compromising Aston Martin's fundamental qualities. With a top speed of 3 knots (3.4 mph), Project Neptune won't win any races, but the slippery Aston can dive 500 meters (1,650 feet).