The Aston Martin Vulcan is a track only supercar that costs £1.8 million and now it looks like we may see this supercar on our roads in the future.
A number of owners of the Aston Martin Vulcan have expressed interest in being able to use their track on supercar on the public roads.
RML who is a Northampton based engineering has now decided to offer a road conversion kit for the Vulcan, this will make the car road legal, at the moment it can only be driven on the track or private roads.
The road conversion of the 7.0 litre V12 Vulcan will be take about three months for each vehicle and the car will get a number of upgrades to make it road legal.
This will include a number of safety features, plus changes to make it more usable on the road, including ride height and more, the company will also offer any bespoke changes to the car that their customers want.
Speaking exclusively to Autocar about the Vulcan conversions, Aston boss Andy Palmer said: “When we went to market, there was hesitation from a few prospective owners because it didn’t have a road pack. We didn’t want to make it road legal from the start, because [special projects boss] David King and his team wouldn’t have been able to make such a stunning car in the first place, but RML said they had the ability to do it.
As yet there are no details on how much the road conversion kit for the Vulcan will cost, although we suspect it could be quite expensive.