The recent Aston Martin Vulcans spied with cover on seems to not impress much. Some industry experts say that it is not as cool as expected. However, many think otherwise. Aston Martin Vulcan is legendary and it should look good with or without cover- period!
The Aston Martin Vulcan is incredibly limited so seeing one may be a slim chance unless one is willing to see it in dedicated track sessions. There are only 24 total units to be sold as it costs an insane $2.3 million. This is certainly one for the extremely wealthy individual who wants nothing but the best of the best.
The Vulcans in question are those that are wrapped tight under covers to protect them for the journey. The Vulcans are being loaded up by Aston Martin transporters for delivery to some racing circuit somewhere in the world. The covers did not reveal much although tiny bits in front were showing. One is even showing some olive green hue which may be the color of its entire body.
How can someone not be impressed with Aston Martin Vulcan? Well, some do, however, most will just be stunned in awe. Seeing one is extremely rare. Being struck by lightning once in one's lifetime may even be possible than seeing an Aston Martin Vulcan (exaggerated but necessary to prove a point).
The Aston Martin Vulcan is one insane car. The Vulcan is a name perfect to describe this beast of a ride. It is capable of producing 800-horsepower because of its 7.0-liter V-12 engine. The green hue of the covered Vulcans is most likely to work up the appetite of industry experts and car enthusiasts. The color is one thing, but to see its entirety without cover is another story altogether.
Wherever these Aston Martin Vulcans are to be brought, lucky are those to see its full glory. Listening to its roar and watching it zoom across the track is an aspiration that many would dream to witness. Aston Martin Vulcan is definitely impressive ride that is extremely difficult to match.