Numerous improvements have been made in recent years to make cars look better than their ancestors. However, some cars carry on with the principles set by their predecessors. And Aston Martin Vulcan is one of these cars.
The Marek Rechiman has designed this car. He just changed some things in other Aston Martin cars and introduced the Vulcan. Although it is similar to other Aston Martin cars in some aspects, it has some distinctive features, which are discussed below.
Engine and Performance
The cockpit of Vulcan is fabulous, however, it gets a real intimidating as you sit a long way in the chassis. The yolk-type wheel is amazing and feels as good as it looks. Moreover, a V12 engine powers the car. It is a 7.0-liter engine, based on the concept of the Aston Martin One-77. Moreover, the gear system is neither automatic nor manual. It is a sequential shift transmission system with a 6-speed.
The Aston Martin Vulcan has quite a proactive type of handling. It responds well, turns sharply, and slips less, due to the limited-slip differential system which keeps the car stable. Moreover, the car stops from 70-0 mph within 152 feet.
This luxury car gets a handsome application of aerodynamics. However, you can’t compare it with the Vulcan jet. Still, it can be put to test against other track cars.
The car doesn’t have an extraordinary sporty look. However, it has a large spoiler, and a lot of carbon fiber, and is too low in height. So, it is just a few millimeters higher from the ground. The front of the car is quite sporty with a sliding lid and overthrowing chambers. However, the rear is just like the DB11.
The Aston Martin Vulcan has a sports-like interior design. It has everything that a driver needs. It has ducked seats with protection columns, sporty steering, and a sporty steering wheel. You will love the steering wheel material as it is quite soft and delightful. Moreover, the power dial is easily grasped and twisted. Overall, the interior seems complete, robust, and safe.
The infotainment system in this car is amazing. There is an instrument screen that you can read easily. Moreover, there is a radio with awesome communication channels and a clear voice. Moreover, track racers don’t need GPS or the navigation system as they know the map of the track. Still, there is a good navigation and music system in the car.
The cost of an Aston Martin Vulcan is $2300000. For more information visit the Aston Martin website. Overall, Vulcan has amazing features. It is an excellent track car. However, even if you use it as a regular street car, it will do better than many hypercars present today.