The track-only Aston Martin Vulcan has been busy proving its beast mode at events all over the world. The racer climbed the hill at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in Sussex and took on 2 flying laps at the 24 Hours of Spa in Belgium to help revv up the crowd prior to the start of the endurance race.
The clip above shows more of the Vulcan in action.
The Aston Martin Vulcan is a 7.0-liter 800 horsepower weapon. Just 24 units of the Vulcan are planned for production, and buyers will have to separate from around $2.3 million USD in order to own one of them. Some of the Aston Martin Vulcan’s siblings competed in the race, making it a fitting introduction indeed. Will the Vulcan participate in an endurance race soon? That remains to be seen. In the meantime, the mad machine is making her publicity rounds and showing off all of her beauty and brawn.
The motorsport-inspired Aston Martin Vulcan is perhaps the most extraordinarily beautiful track car from the brand to date. It would be a challenge to be charged with altering the exterior in any way.
They seem to be starting the Vulcan off a bit slowly, teasing in a way because it is clear that the car is certainly capable of achieving some serious wins in several racing circuits. According to Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer: “Seeing the Aston Martin Vulcan unleashed at Goodwood today is a memory I will cherish for many years. We wanted to give this car its debut on ‘home soil’, and where better than at this hugely popular and globally renowned event.”
Where will the all-new Aston Martin Vulcan end up next?
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