Aston Martin Gives Us A Good Look At $2.3M Vulcan Track Car In Geneva

2015 Geneva Motor Show

Turns out that it looks even crazier in person.

We know that, what with the unfortunate recent passing of Leonard Nimoy, you've probably hear the word “Vulcan” a lot lately. But let's start out here by saying that Aston Martin's insane new track car has nothing to do with Star Trek, and is rather named after a Cold War-era bomber which was also fairly nuts. The “800 plus” horsepower machine was just unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, and it might strike you as still fairly concept-y looking, but there is a good reason for this.

Only 24 units of the Vulcan are going to be produced, with a price tag of $2.3 million a pop. And since AM will be offering pretty extensive customization options for the cars, the show car is probably either a mock-up or a car which will be getting reworked before going to a buyer. It is a mighty impressive car though, and speculation has already begun on whether the future will bring a roadgoing version, or at least a model based off of this car. The engine is, after all, the most powerful version of the 7.0-liter V12 to date, and facts like that sell cars. We'll have to wait and see, but until then, we love this.

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