There’s an 820-hp Aston Martin Vulcan heading to auction

There’s an 820-hp Aston Martin Vulcan heading to auction

0 comments 📅04 November 2016, 20:35

Aston Martin however made 24 examples of its track-single Vulcan, all of which sold out in the blink of an eye. Owners were from one’s own viewpoint invited by the automaker to purchase the supercar and had to fa out $2.3 million for the pleasure of owning one. Since the conveyance’s debut last year, only one Vulcan has gone on trafficking in the US. And that one carried a hefty price tag of $3.4 million. But now, there’s another Vulcan for car-boot sale and it’s very, very purple.

This breathtaking example is number 11 out of 24. There’s no broach of how many miles it has covered or why the owner is selling it, but this is a rare possibility to own one of the most visceral supercars ever. The supercar is heading to Mecum’s Monterey auction in August and while it should go for more than its earliest price tag, there’s no price estimate elbow.

Potential buyers should know that the Vulcan is a keep up with-only machine – a British motorsports engineering throng can convert the car for road use – built in partnership with Aston Martin’s racing side. The Vulcan gets its power from a 7.0-liter V12 that generates 820 horsepower, and the interval of the vehicle is just as hardcore.


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