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Elon Musk Says A James Bond Style Submarine Car Could Be In The Future

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Elon Musk Says A James Bond Style Submarine Car Could Be In The Future

Elon Musk Says A James Bond Style Submarine Car Could Be In The Future

Tesla's founder and CEO, Elon Musk says that a submarine car could possibly be produced some day.

During the company's shareholders meeting, Musk said: "we do have a design for a submarine car like the one from 'The Spy Who Loved Me.'" Musk was referring to the 1976 Lotus Esprit, which was driven on land and underwater in the 1977 James Bond film.

Musk told Tesla shareholders; "While it would be difficult to create an aquatic car, it's technically possible".

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