Yeah, you read that right. The awesome Track-only Aston Martin Vulcan will hit the roads thanks to a package offered by Northamptonshire-based engineering company RML.
To turn the Vulcan into a road-legal vehicle RML will take about three months and the changes will focus, of course, in alterations on the car to be viable the use on roads such as ride height and gear ratio.
In the US, where two units reside, the supercars will have to get their engine emission checked and to go through some crash simulations.
The exact price of the conversion hasn’t announced but it’s expected something in the six-figure zone.
The track-only Aston Martin Vulcan is limited to only 24 units, each one costing $2.3 million.