After weeks of teasing, Aston Martin has officially unwrapped Vulcan.
The “Vulcan” takes his name from the Roman God, it is a track-only supercar completely made in carbon fiber, and is powered by a 7-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine.
This limited edition supercar is the craziest and most extreme creation by Aston Martin since the One-77.
Only 24 examples will be produced, making this edition truly limited.
Performance data are secret for now, all that it has confirmed is that maximum output will be over 800bhp.
Each owner (the price tag of this car is £1.5 million, so around $2.3 million) will get the opportunity to add bespoke trim and exterior details to his or her Vulcan and then will also undergo rigorous training on the track and in racing simulators to improve their track-driving.
A “Vulcan race program” will get underway next year, which will see events staged at some of the world’s most famous race tracks. (pretty much the same deal offered to buyers of the Ferrari FXX K and the McLaren P1 GTR)