Aston Martin Vulcan meets its aircraft namesake

Aston Martin Vulcan meets its aircraft namesake

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Aston Martin Vulcan meets its aircraft namesake

Supercar enthusiasts may spectacularly be familiar with the Aston Martin Vulcan, a excellent 7.0-litre V12-powered supercar that excites with a staggering 800bhp increased by. It shares its name with another matchless feat of engineering, the Avro Vulcan, an iconic jet bomber that was piloted by the Prince Air Force between 1956 and 1984.

These two sound machines have been brought together by Aston Martin to gleam the spotlight on the Vulcan supercar in a promotional video published on the disgrace’s YouTube channel. The coming together of these two impressive vehicles also marks one of the final flights formerly the Vulcan XH558 aircraft is retired.

Honest 136 bombers were made during its duration in operation, which is still far more units than the specialized Aston Martin Vulcan. The luxury British dense plans to cap production of the track car at 24, so spotting one at your neighbouring circuit will be a sight to savour. Buyers thinks have the freedom to make subtle adjustments to the car’s gig set up, to create the driving dynamic that delivers most enjoyment.

First deliveries of the Vulcan are expected beforehand the end of 2015. To enquire about your own, amuse contact Lancaster Cambridge Aston Martin or Lancaster Sevenoaks Aston Martin today.

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