Introducing 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan, a unique supercar and the UK’s most intense and exciting luxury creation brands to date. Nicknamed Vulcan and described as something very special, the new Aston Martin project turned out to be a track oriented supercar in the lineage of the Ferrari FXX K and McLaren P1 GTR. Only 24 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan will be produced, and buyers will also be able, according to the official statement, to tailor their day to day monitoring experience with precision using a detailed classification scale and dynamic performance adjustments.
Exterior and Interior
The 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan shows a spectacular shape with real possibilities to be practical and efficient on the track. Unsurprisingly, the 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan exterior is a mix of Aston Martin’s current design and other stylistic elements, mostly based on the Van AM family of racing cars. Starting from the technical details, the carbon fiber monocoque has light properties, totally mandatory for a hypercar created to kill enemies on the track. The 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan’s nose is a pretty big gap from what we expected from the brand, with the headlights and radiator shifted lower in the fascia. The slim, timid LED headlights are closer to the ground than ever before, while the taillights have a new design that leaves you speechless. The colossal rear spoiler seems to be the right one for a racing hypercar, while the diffuser is one of the most important in the motorsport industry. The exhaust outlets are on each side of the 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan, which seems ok.
The interior of the 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan is radically compared to that of the Vantage GT3. Almost all surfaces are carbon fiber and everything is made of cardboard. In any case, expect a selection of support seats, race steering column and numerous carbon and aluminum accents throughout the cabin. The black and carbon fiber theme of the cabin is only interrupted by the orange stripe and red buttons that adorn the center console. The same orange inserts are present on the driver’s door panel. We still do not know if the manufacturer plans to add the infotainment system and other advanced comfort features. We should assume that the answer is “yes”, but wait a bit. It would be great fun to include too many safety features, but at least 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan will have adjustable anti lock brakes and traction control.
Without doubt draws attention to the engine, the Aston Martin Racing team has participated in the development of the 7.0 L V12 power plant aboard the 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan which develops 800 horsepower while the power is transferred to the wheels through a six speed automatic dual clutch transmission from the Vantage GTE race car. The company did not want to talk about performance, but anticipated a top speed of over 320 km / h with an acceleration of 100 km/h in less than three seconds. To finish the mechanical details, we mentioned that the chassis, the suspension and the brakes were downloaded directly from the race cars. Depending on the receipt of this hot machine, we could see legal street versions in the near future for 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan.
Price and Release Date
Keeping in mind that the 2020 Aston Martin Vulcan is a limited edition car, with track tracking, it has a special price, according to the manufacturer, the price of this car will be $ 2.3 thousand. The company has not released the official launch date, but the car should be sent to the first owner by the end of 2019.