The track-only Aston martin vulcan is one of the rarest hypercars. Just 24 were made, at a price of $2.3 million each. So how do you detail a car this rare and expensive?
The Vulcan was designed for track use only, although later One of The Model Converted for UK🇬🇧 street legal Car! which the car is powered by a naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V-12 making 800 horsepower. Developed by Aston Martin’s motorsport arm, the engine sits in a front-midship position for better weight distribution.
At the time of its launch, Aston said the Vulcan had a better power to weight ratio than the Vantage GTE race car then running in the World Endurance Championship. That was thanks in part to a carbon fiber monocoque sourced from Multimatic, the same company that built the Aston Martin One-77 supercar, and The Vulcan also uses a racing-style pushrod suspension system, with Multimatic’s Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve (DSSV) adjustable dampers.