23 were ever built in which only one of them is street legal, thanks to RML Group!
Nobody at first requested this to be done, yet the RML Group felt free to did as such at any rate – with Aston Martin’s consent obviously. A couple of days back we took in a great deal about the first and, so far just, road lawful Aston Martin Vulcan. Only 24 cases were worked of the track-going Vulcan, and now there’s one less. That is, 23 for exclusively for the track. Since the Vulcan was composed from the get-go as a track-just hypercar, RML Group had a considerable measure of work to do through the span of year and a half.
A couple of illustrations incorporate another hood with littler headlights, turn motions on the carbon fiber raise wing, and even a couple of reflectors on the back belt. The bodywork is plainly not as simple as these alterations make it sound.
Under that hood is the same normally suctioned 7.0-liter V12 with 820 hp. RML asserts there are no execution bargains. The work has unmistakably paid off, as this new video from Lovecars demonstrates the principal Vulcan test drive and in addition a very close look on account of a RML Group industrial facility visit. So kick back and unwind. Make the most of our first appearing of the world’s solitary road lawful Aston Martin Vulcan in real life. Vulcan brags a price tag of over $3M and spotting one on the street is just like finding a needle in the ocean.
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