A group of British naval engineers have released design concepts for the Royal Navy’s warship of the future.
Dubbed the Dreadnought 2050, the concept art depicts a vessel with an acrylic hull that is nearly invisible to the naked eye. The Royal Navy hopes to deploy a vessel of this type by 2050.
The Dreadnought 2050 is named after the HMS Dreadnought. The HMS Dreadnought was a Royal Navy battleship that entered service in 1906 and represented such a technological advancement that it rendered other ships obsolete.