A new video with the impressive Aston Martin Vulcan has been released by the British based brand and it is showing the supercar with the Avro Vulcan bomber after which it has been named.
If you thought that the Aston Martin Vulcan name is coming from anything else than the Avro Vulcan, you will be in for a big surprise as the British based carmaker has released an impressive video in which the supercar is meeting the bomber. The clip, which has been posted below, is extremely short and it is just offering a preview of what will be coming. However, despite this, it is definitely worth to take a look at it because it is paying tribute to the “world-renowned aeronautical phenomenon”, as Andy Palmer says.
The Aston Martin Vulcan has been officially unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and it has made its dynamic debut a few months later, in Goodwood. The supercar has carbon ceramic brakes, variable traction control system, bespoke suspension with adjustable dampers, adjustable anti-roll bars, magnesium torque tube and more. This is using a carbon fiber monocoque and it has a large grille integrated into the front splitter. A lot of styling cues have been borrowed from classic Aston Martins. Under the hood we can find a 7.0 liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, producing an impressive 800 HP (595 kW). This is connected to the 6-speed sequential transmission. Only 24 examples will be put together.