"The Vulcan" is a track only supercar, capable of producing over 800 hp, that will make a debut at the New York International Auto Show next month. The model will expand the luxorious product range, that already includes Vanquish Carbon, Rapide S, V12 Vantage S and GT Roadster. CEO Andy Palmer says  he really looks forward to reviewing the car in New York, as the company already recieved positive feedback from customers and car fans at the Geneva Motor Show.

Vulcan is created by a team, led by Marek Reichman himself, that brings us not just a luxorious hi-end vehicle, but shows the next gen of Aston Martin sports car. And to do so, the designers, created a masterpiece, that is powered by the naturally-aspirated 7.0 litre V12 gazoline unit. Combined with the crushing force of 800-plus hp (588 kW), the rear-wheel car will dramatically expand the heritage of the well known luxury vehicle brand.

Interesting fact is that owners will be offered to be part of a detailed programme for track drive training. There are many expirienced drivers, who will guide the new owners on the sports track until their own driving expirience is refined and expanded. The training programme is divided on two separate parts - owners will be trained  not only on the super tracks, but also their theoretical knowledge about the car and the race will be put on the test.

The exiting vehicle will be offered to customers within a special Aston Martin VIP programme, that supports an incredible flexibility of color and trim choices and of course customer service, that will include personalisation options.

Aston Martin Vulcan will have its premiere at NYIAS on 3d of April. Stay tuned for more details.

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Source: Aston Martin