Aston Martin Vulcan Interior
When you go inside the Aston Martin Vulcan, you won’t be surprised why this car has a $3-million price tag. It is simply different from all other Aston Martin models built.
Almost every surface inside the car is made from carbon fiber. The steering wheel has lots of buttons and switches. The seats, dashboard, and instrument cluster make the Vulcan look every bit like a futuristic car.
A race car can’t be one without a roll cage so it is not surprising that the Vulcan has one too. The cockpit is made of carbon fiber and dominated by black hues. There’s an orange strip in the center console as well as several red buttons and switches.
The large cluster behind the steering wheel provides all the information that drivers need in a race—speed, oil pressure, tire pressure, rpm, lap time, and fuel consumption, among others.
Aston Martin Vulcan Performance
The Aston Martin Vulcan is powered by a massive, 7-liter V12 engine. This engine churns out impressive figures of 800 horsepower. The supercar, thus, is able to move from a standstill to 60 miles an hour in less than three seconds. It can reach a top speed of 200 miles an hour. That powerful engine is coupled to a mid-mounted, six-speed sequential transmission system.
Like any supercar, the Aston Martin Vulcan howls when it is on the race track. Think of its tune like an old F1 car with slightly less shrill.
The Aston Martin Vulcan features another top of the line features such as dynamic suspension spool valve, anti-roll bars front and rear, adjustable dampers, and driver-adjustable anti-lock braking. It also has variable traction control.
Since this is a race track-only car, the Aston Martin Vulcan is compliant with all relevant FIA race safety requirements.
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