2017 Aston Martin Vulcan is a car model launched in 2015 by Aston Martin at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The new 2017 Aston Martin Vulcan is a rear-wheel drive, track-only sports car that runs on mounted a new 7L V12 engine on an aluminum chassis and carbon fiber body produces 800 brake horsepower (600 kW). Aston Martin Vulcan 2017 is equipped with carbon ceramic brakes, magnesium torque tube with a carbon fiber propeller shaft, six-speed sequential gearbox and a curb weight of 1350 kg.
The Aston Martin Vulcan was designed by Aston Martin’s creative officer Marek Reichman, taking inspiration from Aston Martin Vantage current models and DB9. The Vulcan was to be a limited edition vehicle, only 24 cars are priced at $ 2.3 million. On 25 February 2015, the Aston Martin introduced Vulcan. This is a track-only sports car. The car is limited to 24 examples worldwide. The Vulcan is styled in-house by the Aston Martin creative officer Marek Reichman. The Vulcan is powered by the powerful version of the company’s naturally aspirated 7.0-liter V12 engine Aston’s.
The Aston Martin Vulcan has a carbon fiber monocoque and body built by Aston Martin’s long-term engineering specialist body and producing partner Multimatic, integrated limited slip drive, magnesium torque tube with carbon fiber propeller shaft and Brembo racing calipers on carbon ceramic racing disc brakes measuring 380mm in diameter at the front and 360 mm at the rear.
The drive is channeled to the 345 / 30×19 rear wheels and Michelin race specification tires through a race bred back means mounted Xtrac six-speed sequential shift gearbox. For Tires 305 / 30×19. The car race from pushrod suspension with anti-dive geometry is complemented by Multimatic’s Dynamic Suspension Spool Valve (DSSV) adjustable shock absorbers and anti-roll bars front and rear, driver-adjustable anti-lock braking and variable traction control. The 2017 Aston Martin Vulcan will comply with all relevant race safety requirements.