And now you can see it in action.
No one initially asked for this to be done, but the went ahead and did so anyway – with Aston Martin’s permission of course. . Just 24 examples were built of the track-going Vulcan, and now there’s one less. That is, 23 for solely for the track. Because the Vulcan was designed from the get-go as a track-only hypercar, had a lot of work to do over the course of 18 months.
A few examples include a new hood with smaller headlights, turn signals on the carbon fiber rear wing, and even a pair of reflectors on the rear fascia. The bodywork is clearly not as easy as these modifications make it sound.
Under that hood is the same naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V12 with 820 hp. RML claims there are no performance compromises. The work has clearly paid off, as this new video from Lovecars shows the first Vulcan test drive as well as an up close look thanks to an factory visit. So kick back and relax. Enjoy our first showing of the world’s only street-legal Aston Martin Vulcan in action.