Aston Martin Vulcan lighting up the Goodwood Festival of Speed

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Aston Martin’s Vulcan race car made a really dynamic debut at Goodwood festival of speed and of course, it was shown in a new livery. We’ve got to see the Vulcan at March’s Geneva Motor Show first and in case you have forgotten, the Vulcan is a track-ONLY supercar and is a limited edition.
The car is powered by a unique 7.0-liter V12 and it’s mostly made of carbon fiber. So, with the 800 HP at disposal, the racing driver Darren Turner that’s behind the wheel showed the world that the Vulcan lived up to its expectations with some spine-tingling sprints up the famous hill climb. Aston Martin’s new product goes from 0 to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds and its top speed reaches 200 mph.
However, as we mention before the number of “Vulcans” is limited as there are only 24 examples of its species around the globe with an estimated price tag of $2.3 million before taxes. Check out the run!

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