Don’t we love Aston Martin’s super cars? For this time we are happy to show you one of 24 examples of its track-only Vulcan, all of these unique models were sold out very quickly, in the blink of an eye we can say. Owners and collectors were invited by the company personally, to purchase the hypercar, and they gave $2.3 million for it.
It’s been almost a year since the Vulcan debuted, but only one model has gone on sale in our country since then, and the price-tag for the car was of $3.4 million. Here comes the second Vulcan that is up for sale this year, and the color of it will totally surprise you because it’s a very special one, meet a purple Aston Martin Vulcan. It’s the 11th number out of 24 produced and the seller didn’t offer any details on the reason of putting it up for auction. We have no idea on its price for now, but it’s not a cheap car definitely. You can see it at Mecum’s Monterey auction in August, alongside with the Porsche Spyder we’ve wrote about on one of our previous articles.
The Vulcan’s 800-plus HP aspired engine is based on GT3 racer, but enlarged to a full 7.0 liters and electronically managed by Cosworth ECU technology. The model can go over 200 miles per hour thanks to its six gear. It gets power from a 7.0 liter V12 which generates 820 horsepower, and the most important thing is that the vehicle is a track-only machine, but can be converted for road use with some investments.