Not misleading at all, Jacques Cousteau passed away (in 1997) before Doxa's resurrection by the Jenny family (who made cases for Doxa early on), but his Grandson Fabien wears modern Doxa's (currently a Titanium Mission 31 Sub below), as did Matthew McConaughey (a 600T Professional) for the movie Sahara, and Clive Cussler above (1500T Professional).
It was Doxa that lured me to WatchUSeek from another well known watch enthusiast community and we currently have 8 in our family; one vintage, 5 modern, and 2 ladies subs with modern movements encased in 45 year-old NOS cases Doxa found laying around their vaults. How's that for a connection to their past? On a side note, their Sub line is a very small division of Doxa, same as it was in the 60's and early 70's before being merged with a few other companies under the Synchron umbrella, which was then sold to the Aubrey Brothers in the late 70's only to succumb to closure, like many Swiss watch companies did after the Quartz Revolution. The Jenny family, after being contemporaries/collaborators/competitors revived the Doxa Sub line as a modern interpretation of their historic dive watches. To me that's a much closer connection to the original than modern Indian motorcycles and Bugatti sports cars.
Fabien Cousteau at TED below wearing his Mission 31 Doxa.