Aston Martin Vulcan track-only hyper car is the most exciting car the British firm has launched in recent years, and now they have official proof of this as they pit the car against Avro Vulcan, the 1950s bomber after which the car is named. This is the last airworthy Vulcan and it will soon be grounded forever.
But before that happens they went to Elvington Airfield in Yorkshire so Aston Martin Vulcan can show off to the airborne Vulcan what it is capable of:
What Aston Martin Vulcan is capable of is bombarding your senses with so much pleasure, you’ll start whimpering. The car boasts an 800 horsepower V12 engine and an all-carbon body. It is limited to 24 units, each of which costs nearly two million Euros.
CEO, Dr Andy Palmer, said: “Clearly the Avro Vulcan provided the inspiration for the naming of our most extreme sports car, and I’m delighted that we have been able to unite the ‘two Vulcans’ and deliver our own tribute to this world-renowned aeronautical phenomenon.”