2016 Aston Martin Vulcan Specs And News
When it comes to fast, classy and elegant cars, a manufacturer always hold the Aston Martin British. If you’ve already seen at least one of James Bond, has surely realized that the flying hero of an Aston Martin, however, this is not the reason for its popularity that produce a great looking and easy legal cars street that look really stylish. The company recently introduced a new model, a limited edition Aston 2016 Martin Vulcan only 24 will be built.
Not surprisingly, the 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan outside is a current design mix Aston Martin and other stylish details, most of them based on the family of Vantage Racing AM racing cars. However, in 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan nose is a significant gap rather than what we’ve come to expect of the brand, both headlights and lower fascia grille relocated. The grill is now part of a separate piece of carbon fiber, testified that also incorporates the secondary splitter and tall tales, while LED headlights are thinner and less visible in the big picture. Therefore, the cap is wider than any other car in the alignment of the mark. Defenses have also been renovated, but kept the ventilation brand Aston Martin, although the part is now integrated in the wheel arches and dates back to the gates. The design of the rear fascia is completely new as well, but details such as the rear lights, side vents, and massive wing, reminiscent of racing cars and GTE Vantage GT3. Everything else is unique 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan, the cover design of the rear diffuser threatening. Seen from the side, in 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan has very little in common with sports cars Aston today. The muscular rear haunches and greenhouse redesigned supercar gives an aggressive position, while the career mirrors specifications lateral loads and side skirts, carbon fiber, and the side exhaust outlet are indications that this Aston Martin was built for the race track. Speaking of carbon fiber, the entire body is made of lightweight materials, making it likely that 2016 Aston Martin Aston Martin Vulcan lightest to date. I say “probably” because the British have yet to disclose specific information on this issue in February of 2015.
The interior of the 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan is downright radical from the Vantage GT3. Almost the entire surface is made of carbon fiber and all the dashboard and the screen for the steering wheel and the seats are made with careers in mind. The bucket seats are wrapped in Alcantara, while the race-spec steering wheel is decorated with buttons and switches. Naturally, a full roll cage is proof. The theme of dark fiber and carbon cabin is only interrupted by the red buttons that adorn the center console and the orange band. The same orange insertions are present in the door panel on the driver’s side. The large dashboard provides all the essential information, including speed, lap times, tire pressure and fuel consumption.
Every Aston Martin comes with a lot of energy and 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan is no different that the company chose the 7.0 L V-12 engines that produce over 800 horsepower. This engine was developed with the help of Aston Martin Racing. Aston Martin has chosen the gearbox six-speed sequential Michelin tires. Racing calipers were created by Brembo, which means that the car will be able to come to a stop after the acceleration.
It is too early to talk about price, but you can say that the 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan will not be cheap. With only 24 units to create, track car that is likely to fetch more than $ 2 million. The good news is that the label will also include a track intensive program conducted with Le Mans-winner Darren Turner as an instructor. During training, the owners of Aston Martin Vulcan 2016 gradually build expertise and develop their driving skills on the track Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Vantage GT4 like, and even the ultra-rare 77. With the latter built-in only 77 units, this training program is likely that the only way to discover the supercar without owning one.