There is nothing like spending an afternoon at the beach and then getting inro your car to drive into the ocean. Designed after the Lotus Esprit from the movie “The Spy Who Loved Me,” the sQuba can do that in a depth of up to 33 feet. Rinspeed’s Frank Rinderknecht is excited that he finally made his dream a reality. The vehicle features an electric motor for rear wheel drive and 2 propellers in the stern for when it is in the water with zero polluting emissions. Carbon Nano Tubes supply air inside in a self-contained system. The sQuba will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show this March, but unfortunately it will not become available to the rest of us for quite some time.
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Neiman Marcus has already come out with their 10th anniversary Christmas catalogue for the mega-rich, and their toys become more technologically advanced and expensive every year. This season, one of their top of the line items is an actual submarine. U.S. Submarine’s NM-Edition Gem Triton 1000 dives to 1,000 feet, has a 360º view, joystick steering, leather seats, and air conditioning. You get personal delivery to the cove of your choice with a two-day training program and all you have to do is come up with the $1,440,000.00.
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