No surprise here, Aston Martin’s brand new track-only supercar won’t come cheap.
The Vulcan has been assigned an official price tag of £1.5M in the UK before local taxes, converting to roughly $2.3M in USD. Official pricing for the Vulcan in the United States has not been released.
Only 24 units of the car will be built and sold around the world, with sales on a “first come, first served,” basis said Aston Martin Spokesman Matthew Clarke. He confirmed that there’s no set number of units set aside for North America or any other market but did comment that, “we’re talking to the existing customer base first.”
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Power for the car comes from a 7.0-liter V12 that makes over 800hp, wrapped in a carbon fiber body.
The new car will make its public debut at next week’s Geneva Motor Show and AutoGuide will be there to cover it live.