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A Tesla submarine car

A Tesla submarine car

A Tesla submarine car.

At Tesla’s 2019 annual shareholder meeting.

Elon Musk announced plans for an amphibious electric vehicle.

Musk hinted that it will resemble the submarine car in “The Spy Who Loved Me.” Elon actually owns the Lotus from this bond film.

No word yet on when we can test drive/dive it.At Tesla’s latest shareholders meeting Elon Musk announced plans to design an electric Tesla submarine.

Inspired by the “The Spy Who Loved Me,”Elon claims that the Tesla sub will be bigger than that of the Lotus submarine in the James Bond film.

Learn more at Autoblog.com

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