Automotive engineering firm RML, have produced the first ever road legal Aston Martin Vulcan, costing around £1.8 million.
Some alterations have been made to the standard race Vulcan, including new headlights taken straight from the DB11 as well as new wing mirrors. A brand new badge has been fitted to the front grille along with a private registration plate being added too. Rear indicators have been added to the winglets of the rear wing. The front splitter has also been shortened yet it still keeps the essence of the original Vulcan. The car has been remapped to lower emissions in order to comply with UK regulations. Silencers have been added to the exhaust to make the Vulcan quieter as well as new cooling systems to control temperatures.
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