Aston Martin Vulcan Unleashed In New Promo

It may not be the most powerful track-only supercar, but Aston Martin sure knows how to promote it.

After it brought it to the United States for a Black Friday event last week, the British brand decided it’s time for a new promo, in the only environment the Vulcan knows best: the track.

Fast driving, high revving, close-ups and impressive driving footage is what you should expect in the new video, which was just released by Aston Martin.

The track-only beast will be limited to just 24 units worldwide and each one is expected to be priced at around $2.3 million. No road-legal versions of the impressive model will roll off the assembly line, just like the rivaling Ferrari FXX K and McLaren P1 GTR.

Underneath that futuristic looking body, the automaker dropped a 7.0-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, which sends the 800-plus hp to the rear wheels, allowing for a top speed of more than 200mph (322km/h).

The Aston Martin Vulcan was officially unveiled earlier this year, at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.


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