The Aston Martin Vulcan is an extremely rare hypercar, only 24 models were built, each with a price tag of $2.3 million. Up until now, these cars could only be driven legally on the track, thanks to RML Group, that has changed. The project was completed 18 months after the company announced its plans to ensure this particular Vulcan complies with road regulations in the UK.
One of the most crucial changes was to add headlights, hard to believe such a pricey supercar would be missing a simple feature found on almost every car in the world. It’s still powered by the same 7.0-liter V12 rated to 820 hp. It’s also speculated that RML adjusted the gearing to ensure that the Vulcan is able to handle the certain aspects of a daily driver car compared to a track version. The best exterior modification might have to be the car’s “wingdicators” (turn signal lights).
It’s unknown if any of the other Vulcan owners plan to make similar modifications, but for now at least we have a chance to see this amazing supercar driven around the street in the UK, hopefully the Aston Martin Life Instagram page gets a few recent photos of it soon.