The partnership is the first project under the British manufacturer's design offshoot department Aston Martin Consulting (AMC) that was formed last year.
It’s almost certainly to be the slowest vehicle ever to wear an Aston Martin badge, yet capable of descending 500m (1600ft) below the surface of the ocean' sea.
Valkyrie is another Aston Martin collaboration, with design and engineering expert Adrian Newey, the most successful engineer in Formula One and also the chief technical officer of Aston’s new F1 partners, Red Bull Racing.
Valkyrie is - aerodynamically speaking - the most advanced road car yet conceived, capable of lapping Silverstone as quickly as an F1 car. Just 150 will be built and each will reach over 250mph. They’re all sold for somewhere north of £2.5million, likely to be less that the £3 million cost of the Neptune, which will reach just over three miles per hour.
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