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Autotrader Find: 2015 Aston Martin Vulcan


If you’re looking for a truly insane exotic car to top all the others, an Aston Martin might not be on your radar. But maybe it should be. This 2015 Aston Martin Vulcan is currently listed for sale on Autotrader, and it’s amazing.

First, a brief overview of the Vulcan. It uses a 7.0-liter V12 engine that makes 820 horsepower, and it was only intended for use on the track — not on the street. Aston Martin made just 24 of these for the entire planet, and the car cost more than $2 million when it was new four years ago. It really is one of the ultimate modern supercars.

And here it is. This Vulcan is offered by noted exotic car dealership Marshall Goldman Motors in the Cleveland area, though this particular car is said to be available at Marshall Goldman Beverly Hills in California. This Vulcan has traveled less than 200 miles from new, likely a result of its main limitation — that it isn’t street legal. It’s finished in Fiamma Red with a black interior, and it’s every bit as insane as it should be for an 800-hp, ultra-limited race car.

If you’re interested in the Vulcan, this one is offered for $1.76 million, which is a discount compared to the new price — just don’t expect to drive it on the street. Still, it would be an amazing showpiece or track car, and it would make LaFerrari owners feel like their car is positively common by comparison. Find an Aston Martin for sale

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1 COMMENT

  1. I’m actually amazed that this isn’t being sold at a hilarious markup. Normally these ultra-exclusive supercars get purchased, have 8 miles added to the clock thorought their first ownership, and then get flipped in two years for double the money.

    Could it be that some supercars aren’t owned by speculators but by people who actually use them for their intended purpose?

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