Owning one of the world’s rarest cars has some nice perks. The Vulcan from Aston Martin is the ultimate evolution of their 7.0 liter V12. It offers 800 horsepower and 575 lb-ft of torque to a sequential 6-speed transmission. Because of the extensive racing equipment and lack of pollution controls, it is not street legal. Owners must get permission from the factory before participating in any motorsports events. Only 24 examples were built, and each one had a price tag over $2 million dollars. Much of the engineering and production was done by Multimatic. Their innovative DSSV shocks are mounted on inboard suspension front and rear.
Needless to say, it’s a rare sight to see one in person, so catching a group of them is awe-inspiring. In a YouTube video uploaded by the manufacturer this morning, we are allowed a glimpse of the recent Vulcan gathering at the Circuit of the Americas. The only Formula 1 track in the US is located just outside Austin’s City Limits and the world-class facility has been host to everything from V8 Supercars to MotoGP. Vulcan owners were treated like royalty, with food, Stetson hats, and racing rubber. If you would like to be part of the scene, we have new Aston Martin DB11 for sale, with street legal amenities. Stay with us for more Aston Martin event coverage.
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