What's Faster: The Aston Martin Vulcan Or The Fighter Plane That Named It?

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We don't know. Do you?

When the Aston Martin Vulcan made its thunderous debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, gearheads went wild. With 800 horsepower and that stunning wing, it was easily one of the show's stars. The Vulcan then showed its muscles at Goodwood with colorful results. Now we get to see the Vulcan hanging out with its namesake, the British Avro Vulcan fighter plane. Yeah, who knew that Aston Martin's track-only monster was named after a fighter plane? Unsurprisingly the two look simply amazing together.

Check out the video to see how stunning and terrifying it can be when these two monsters meet.

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