When Aston Martin introduced Vulcan for racing tracks over a year ago, he certainly hit and hit the crowd because it looks impressive. But the unfortunate thing about Vulcan was that it is a track toy and it is not certified for legal use on the roads.
Thus, even though you spent about 2.59 million US dollars or 1.8 million pounds on one of the 24 Vulcans ever made, you won’t be able to drop into a coffee shop to show off to your friends.
But that could change, according to GradeAutoPart, who learned that Aston would be making the Vulcan conversion kit. This kit will make the car compatible with road conditions, so yes, you can surprise everyone on the road and in a local cafe.
The word came from Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer, who shared the word with some reporters at the conference. However, he did not say how much the kit would cost in addition to the car, but as an Aston Martin Vulcan, it would probably cost as much as a fully charged Volkswagen GTI or two.
However, Aston Martin and its project partners, the engineering firm RML, said that around four or five Vulcan owners chose this kit. They are currently working on sales of the last two cars.