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£6 million water vessel transforms from speedboat to submarine in two minutes

A UK company has nearly completed construction on the world's 'most technically advanced surface-submersible', capable of operating both on and under the water. Being hailed as something out of a James Bond film, photographs have been released of the construction of the VICTA craft by its developers, Hampshire-based company SubSea Craft. VICTA, which is being built following a 12 million investment, is set to be sold across the world for primarily defence-orientated missions and 'advanced sub-aqua tourism', from 2021 for a base price of around 6 million. The craft, which has echoes of James Bond's sea-diving Lotus Esprit in the 1977 Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, is controlled by a two-man crew and can carry an additional six commandos. Diesel engines power VICTA on the water's surface, achieving speeds of up to 40 knots over a range of 250 nautical miles, while lithium ion batteries power operations beneath the water's surface. Once submerged, VICTA also uses obstacle avoidance sonar technology - the use of sound waves - to prevent it from colliding with anything underwater. The sonar system is capable of building a 3D impression of the sea floor to help its operators guide and navigate the vessel.

Fastest electric motorcycle in the world sets 11 new records

France: Monegasque electric motorcycle constructor Voxan marked the Venturi Group’s 20th anniversary in style, setting a total of eleven new world speed records at Cheteauroux airfield in France, on 30 and 31 October and 1 November. The outright top speed achieved over the three days was 408 km/h (254 mph). On the morning of Saturday 31 October, rider Max Biaggi and the Voxan Wattman achieved their primary objective, beating the most sought-after of the twelve world records they had been targeting this weekend. With a speed of 366.94 km/h (228.05 mph), the team set a new record in the prestigious „partially streamlined electric motorcycle over 300 kilos” class. In doing so, they dethroned previous holders Ryuji Tsuruta and Mobitec EV-02A with their speed of 329 km/h (204 mph).

An elderly couple have 'won the lottery' after a collection of Star Wars toys left to him in his neighbour's will sold at auction for an eye-watering £400,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The pair had no idea the value of the figures when collector Peter Simpson left him the treasure trove following his death. It was only when their son invited an expert round that they discovered they were sitting on one of the best Star Wars collections on the planet.

Couple take photobooth picture every year for 20 years

A couple who have taken photobooth pictures together annually for 20 years, have masked up for this year’s portrait. Giles Paley-Phillips, 43, and now wife, Michelle, 38, decided to document their love using passport photograph machines in 2000. Since then, the couple from Seaford, East Sussex, have ventured into a booth every year - and now squeeze in their two children: Elijah, 13, and Sonny, eleven. This year, however, the family decided to acknowledge the Covid-19 pandemic by donning their PPE in the booth. Giles, an author and co-presenter of the Blank podcast, explains: „We were really worried that we might not get to do our photobooth photograph this year after 20 years of not missing it, but we rocked up to our local supermarket and in the entrance the booth was still working and ready to go. We thought it only appropriate to recognise what's been happening this year and wear our masks to mark our tradition and in years to come be able to look back at this time.”

A trio of wacky-looking concept cars made by Alfa Romeo in the 1950s have sold for almost £11.5 M

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Berlina Aerodinamica Tecnica Concepts, dubbed the B.A.T cars, were experimental motors built by the Italian marque over three years. Their space-age design was meant to showcase what the finest panel beaters of the day could produce. Their results look like something straight out of a superhero film, with all three motors benefiting from odd shapes and flamboyant wings.

An incredibly early camera believed to be one of only six in the world is being tipped to sell for a whopping £70,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Mousetrap camera, the earliest form of photographic camera ever made, dates back to around 1840. It is identical to the equipment used by the pioneering William Henry Fox Talbot, who used them to create the world's first negative images. The process was the first to allow the creation of lasting images but it was soon overtaken by other more effective measures. The camera is going under the hammer with auctioneers Flints of Thatcham, Berks.