2016 Aston Martin Vulcan Exterior and Interior
Aston Martin last year took place in some serious financial problems. The company faces problems with bankruptcy several times, and there was speculation that an Italian company pull out of the mud or not. So while there is no new news about it, Aston Martin has other plans on the way out of the problems they face. At the Geneva Motor Show 2015, a creation known as the “2016 Aston Martin Vulcan” saw the light of day, everyone comes. It appeared he was just a focused, able to compete with the likes of the FXX K or P1 GTR but what car tracks that is the glorious creature. Many people should make a Vantage Aston reinforced or even Vanquish, but what we Aston shock. Not only is the 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan brand new, but comes with a unique running program that only Ferrari was able to provide up to this point.
Exterior and Interior
The first thing you need to know about 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan is that it is oriented track and the company has not yet announced legal versions Hypercar Street. The car itself seems quite surprising that the model was the unveiling was light green with black and orange. The design of the car looks very futuristic, but there is something that makes the car look like it is based on traditional ideas. The front of the car is very aggressive and “angry” with barely visible lights, it seems that the cover completely covers. At the rear, the rear wing shows that this car is serious and it is designed to go fast.
The interior of the 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan is as futuristic as the exterior. Most notable details about the interior is the use of carbon fiber in the cabin and the company has voluntarily left the visible carbon fiber and have decided to use in the design. However, no special table edge here is a proper car-oriented track. The steering wheel seems to be taken from a fighter jet and before the driver is a digital display device, which is used to display relevant information.
It may be unique and crazy looking around, but the 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan engine is the crown jewel of this car. The V12 5.9-liter standard was bored and stroked to 7.0 liters. The result is a figure of power, somewhere north of 800 horsepower, but Aston Martin will not reveal exactly how many. And anyway, who cares about the exact amount of energy when playing with more than 800 horses. A new modern Formula 1 car evens much power. It is really ridiculous, but again, it should be if you want to compete with luxury cars and FXX P1. Performance should blisters. It is expected to reach 60 mph in less than 3 seconds and move on to a top speed of 200 mph. The company says it would go faster, but all that aerodynamic remains on track, slowing up by a significant margin. We suspect that nobody even led to the full top speed, as it is, but it’s good to know that removing this giant wing happen in a little mph, but note that needs huge amounts down force to handle all that power.
Release and Price
Since 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan is the track orientated, limited edition vehicle comes with special price according to the manufacturer’s price for the car is $ 2.3 million. The company has not announced the official release date, but it is expected that the car will be delivered to the first owner at the end of 2015.