RML legalizes the Aston Martin Vulcan for the street


Without a doubt, one of the most spectacular that was presented last year in the Geneva was the Aston Martin Vulcan. The supercar English had been developed and created centered at the maximum in its dynamics and potential for the circuit, limited to 24 units with which their owners could not circulate on the streets.

well, that will now change, and that is that RML Group, a company specializing in the preparation, development and enhancement of vehicles for the championships, touring car or GT, this time is going to embark on a project reverse, modifying a vehicle for that rather than get on the track it can get out of it, and circulate on the roads so completely legal.


Planned the first conversion to the end of this year 2016 and with a duration of between three and four months to modify and homologate the model, the challenge of the company is that of to keep the character end and the performance for circuits in a vehicle with approval only in the Uk and Europe, to an essence that you should not miss.

Recall that the Aston Martin Vulcan is composed by a sharp and aggressive design, highlighting above all in the aerodynamic and aesthetic circuitry, with your front spoiler, side skirts and a large spoiler and rear diffuser in carbon fiber. In addition, under the hood lies a very powerful engine V12 naturally aspirated 7.0-liter which develops more than 800 HP of power with which to face up to the McLaren P1 GTR or Ferrari FXX K without problems.