Is Aston Martin CRAZY For Refusing To Make A Production Vulcan?


This video might make you think YES.

The Aston Martin Vulcan is one of those cars that absolutely captivates anyone who steps within a close enough distance to hear the menacing roar that emanates from its exhaust. The sound of the Vulcan, combined with its space age looks and breathtaking performance make the car absolutely extraordinary even for a brand as prestigious as Aston Martin. The Vulcan is by all means a purebred racing vehicle and is limited to 24 track-only units.

The monstrous Aston Martin is powered by a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V12 engine that produces a punishing 800hp without any assistance from turbos or fancy electronics. To top it off, the car comes with a frightening price tag of $2.3 million to match its credentials.

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Not much has been seen of the Vulcan since its initial debut at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Thankfully however, this new incredible footage of the car at the Ultracar Sports Club track event organized at the Misano circuit in Italy has now surfaced. The video leaves us absolutely hankering for a street legal version of the Vulcan, but as of now Aston Martin has completely written off this possibility.

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