The primary inspiration for the vehicle in this project was a yacht. This particular type of boat was chosen because it was one of the vehicles least likely to be found in the Arctic, which is our chosen setting. The yacht was chosen specifically because it is a luxury craft whose purpose is to transport wealthy and important people in style. We designed this boat for James Bond, who would not travel in any watercraft less capable of conveying sleekness. James Bond’s usage of high technology was made evident by the futuristic controls used to control the yacht, as well as the fact the vehicle itself is a feat of engineering—it has legs! The legs were built to give the yacht the ability to walk up and over icebergs and glaciers, a common occurrence above the Arctic circle. Because Bond is famously suave and manly, we included a lush bed and relaxation area in the bridge of the yacht. Bond would also not travel to such a horrible place willingly—he must be there for a reason. This reason is the presence of a villain, made apparent by the scary-looking satellite dish shining a laser into the sky. The “story” presented in this project is that James Bond is traveling to the Artic to take down an enemy. To do so, he utilizes his climbing yacht. Afterwards, he relaxes in his luxury vehicle.