World First First Underwater Car Created Called A SQUABA

AN innovative car design company has designed and built the only real submarine car in the world.

 Frank M. Rinderknecht, aged 64, designed the submarine car and his team at a Swiss mobility lab which has been called the sQuba, the world’s first and only real submersible car capable of driving from land to underwater.

The idea came from from the Lotus submarine car which James Bond drove in the iconic 1977 film The Spy Who Loved Me first seen driving onto the beach and then into the water whilst Bond coming back to land throws a fish out the window.

But unlike Bond’s Lotus Esprit, the sQuba is a convertible, with oxygen masks for the car’s passengers and a quick drying interior for when you arrive back to shore.


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George Stephens


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