This 200-mile old Aston Martin Vulcan can be yours for £2.7million

Are you disgustingly wealthy and looking for an ultra-rare track day special? Step right this way

3y ago

When you have pretty much everything that money can buy what car could possibly complete your life? How about this Aston Martin Vulcan which can be yours for a snip at just £2.7million.

The Vulcan has many qualities that make it the ideal car for any super-rich mogul; it’s rare for starters with only 24 cars burbling their way around the planet. This one is chassis number 14, and it’s covered just 200 miles in anger.

Still not convinced? This Vulcan comes finished in a Special Lurid Pearlescent Green Paint all over that space-ship like full carbon-fibre bodywork; this is complemented by matching interior parts and seat stitching.

To make sure it’s as menacing as the bodywork suggests, you will find a 7.0-litre V12 engine under that very green bonnet that makes 804 bhp. All of this makes this super-expensive glow-stick capable of 0-62mph in 2.9 seconds.

After all that speak about power, it leaves just the amazing details, and the Vulcan is crammed with them. Take those fire-spitting side exhausts for which ‘magnificent’ is a word. As for that full racing spec steering wheel including the massive ‘start’ button and single read-out, again just epic design.

The whole lurid green and black paintwork finish just suits the Vulcan’s insane design near perfectly, just look at it from the front of the thing, if someone were to make this thing road-legal and give it number plates then they’d have the road to themselves.

The listing for this Aston Martin can be found here.

Is this 804 bhp Vulcan worth the £2.7 million price tag? Or is it an overpriced glow-stick of a hypercar?

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Comments (8)

  • I'll take two

      3 years ago
  • If you can afford that car then you know you can afford to repaint it or at a minimum put a wrap on it

      3 years ago
  • Bargain!

      3 years ago
  • I'll take it

      3 years ago
  • “if someone were to make this thing road-legal”

    I believe RML will sort that out for you.

      3 years ago