Aston Martin Vulcan supercar will be adapted to the open roads

May 26, 2016 at 08:36

RML, known British Company, is at work on Aston Martin Vulcan. It is a track supercar which will be rebuild into a street-legal vehicle. The carmakers will need 3 months to transform a previous model into a road one.

Aston Martin Vulcan will be transformed into a road car photo

Aston Martin Vulcan will be transformed into a road car photo

As for the main changes, they plan to modify the compartment and make it safer and more practical in the conditions of public roads driving. The brand’s carmakers are going to increase the sports car’s clearance and make some changes in the transmission ratio. In addition, the modified versions will pass crash tests and the engines will be checked for emissions. The compartment will receive an additional lighting equipment. The Company also promises to add other elements, which will be important for customers.

The road modification will be certified for public roads pic

The road modification will be certified for public roads pic

RML claims that Vulcan coupe will get the permission to drive on public roads in any country. The first debut of Aston Martin Vulcan was in 2015 March in Geneva. The model was equipped with six-liter V12 power unit, generating more than 800 horsepower. Its edition was constrained by 24 copies; each of them was estimated at a price of 1.8 million pounds (2.6 million dollars). There is no any information about the cost of Vulcan modified into the road car.

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