Street Legal 2017 Aston Martin Vulcan

Apr 22, 2016

Category: Rides

High end track cars are meant to be just that. They’re not engineered for the streets we all drive on because, frankly, they’re just too powerful and light to be considered safe for daily driving – not to mention all of the different emissions checks you have to get. A British motorsports company by the name of RML, however, has set out to free the Aston Martin Vulcan from the track.

This $2 million dollar car is just about one of the most aggressive cars out there. Powered by a 7.0 liter V12 engine that produces around 800 horsepower through a 6-speed sequential transmission, it is an absolute monster of a car originally intended only to conquer the track. RML has stepped up to the challenge of unleashing the car from its confines by running simulated crash tests, adding on external components like lights, and tweaking the engine to meet emission regulations. What this will cost you? Probably somewhere well into the 6 figures. Worth it? Of course.

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