Sure, the Vulcan wasn’t street legal from the factory like the Valkyrie, Valhalla, and Vanquish will be, but it showed to the world what Aston could create when the shackles were released and there was no need to comply with regulations that so often cripple the exterior designs of modern road cars.
Certainly one of the stand out features of the Vulcan is the car’s towering carbon fiber rear wing. Nevertheless, Yasid Design has decided to dream up what the track-car would look like without a wing. The answer? A bit odd.
There is a single street-legal Vulcan on earth, created by a British company dubbed RMP Group, which recently competed in the Gumball 3000 and features a host of modifications over the track-only models.
One of the biggest differences between the road-going Vulcan and the 23 built by Aston Martin is that the former features proper headlights incorporated into the front clamshell. In addition, the front splitter is much smaller and the rear wing has been altered to incorporate turn signals. Ditching the rear wing, as depicted in these renderings, makes the Vulcan look a little naked, though, as if it is missing one of its most distinctive features. Even so, it remains quite a looker…
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@astonmartinlagonda Vulcan V2. Why V2 though? Other than the missing wing, and the (removable) plexiglass bit on the hood, can you point out what’s different compared to the actual Vulcan? . . Sporting some G36 @govadforgedwheels, with some more concave sets on the rear. How ‘bout that? . . . . . #astonmartin #astonmartinvulcan #vulcan #astonmartinlagonda #yd #yasiddesign #loweredlifestyle #slammedenuff #baggedcars #blacklist #carlifestyle