RML Group has made several changes to make the Aston Martin Vulcan, a circuit-only model, able to run on public roads as well. Despite the changes, the 7.0 liter V12 engine produces 820 horsepower.
Aston Martin Vulcan is a sports model developed exclusively for the circuit. Only 24 copies have been produced, and now one of them can also be driven on public roads.
The British company RML Group has dealt with the necessary changes to make the Aston Martin Vulcan run on public roads. The optical headlights were taken from the new Aston Martin DB11, the direction indicators were integrated into the massive wing, and the ground clearance was also increased by 1.2 in (30 mm).
In order for this Aston Martin Vulcan to be used on public roads, RML Group has modified the suspension, braking system, exhaust system and gearbox. Moreover, the British engineers have also revised the cooling system. For added comfort, the seats have also been replaced.
Under the bonnet is the same 7.0-liter aspirated V12. The engine has three power settings, and the most powerful one offers 820 horsepower.