Opened canopy exposes cockpit.
Legs mounted on underbelly allow cyborg to crawl along the seabottom and minimize water disruption for the sake of covert movement.
Manipulator arms can be controlled by pilot for precise tasks (repairs, sabotage, etc).
Feed tubes supply a space efficient, dehydrated cocktail to nourish the remaining biological elements of the cyborg.
Synthetic fin extensions can unfurl or contract depending on the need for speed or maneuverability.
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I'm into science fiction
wait what, this vehicle is on the cover of a book i have about drawing sci-fi vessels.
and it deserves to be there because this design is awesome!
you thought it out so well too...
Only... how does the "driver" get oxigen?
Does he just bring a tank with him, or does the baluga have some sort of filtering device to take it from
the surrounding waters?
I'd think the beast is better off like this, since it's improved.
If it's brains have been replaced as well, then you can even sustain a cyborg like that forever.
In the end you'd get a super intelligent cyborg too. Maybe it could even learn a way of clear
communication with the driver...