Ollie Marriage from Top Gear Magazine jumps behind the wheel the astonishing track-focused Aston Martin Vulcan at the Yas Marina circuit in Abu Dabhi to put to the test its 820 horses in their natural habitat.
♦ Check it out the Aston Martin Vulcan in Action on Track
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The Aston Martin Vulcan was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show last year and came with a V12 engine naturally aspirated that generate those 820 horses already mentioned. The car is limited to 24 units, each one costing 1.8 million pounds or $2.56 million at current rates.