Okay maybe the $2 million dollar price tag is justified.
The video camera has helped gearheads around the world better connect with their favorite machines by letting them see and hear some of the action that is usually reserved for skilled race car drivers or good old uncle moneybags. Unfortunately, some of the drama is lost in translation through footage that looks deceivingly slow. Not so for the Aston Martin Vulcan. With a price of $2+ million, the ability to record a hot lap that has viewers hanging on the edge of their seats comes standard.
Watch how the Vulcan warps your perception of reality while a 7.0-liter V12 soundtrack sings in the background.