Aston Martin VulcanThe last remaining airworthy Avro Vulcan prepares for its final flight later this months and as the iconinc 1950s British V bomber has been united with its contemporary namesake: the well-known Aston Martin Vulcan.

And ahead of the final flight, the notorious Cold War-era long range machine was paired with the Aston Martin Vulcan vehicle via a special fly-past at Elvington Airfield in Yorkshire. The British luxury manufacturer one more time used its superior knowledge to deliver an incredible all-carbon 800-plus horsepower vehicle and now this beast is ready to be put in truly extreme performance.

Aston Martin Vulcan

Personally, it is great to know that the Vulcan name will live on not only in the history books, and at the new educational centre in Yorkshire, but via Aston Martin's incredible new sports car.

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In fact, this Aston Martin supercar is limited to just 24 examples worldwide and allows customers the opportunity to tailor their track day experience through a graduating scale of precise and fine power and dynamics tunings.

The Vulcan XH558 is personally flown by Martin Withers DFC, Chief Pilot and Operations Director.

Aston Martin Vulcan

So, it looks like Aston Martin team will one more time make a stunning performance with a stunning vehicle. The only thing we know for sure is that the dual Vulcan eruption will be epic.

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