So what does a limited-production Aston Martin track car — one that’s powered by a bespoke 7.0-liter V-12, built almost entirely out of carbon fiber, and can deliver more than 800 horsepower — go for these days? Turns out it’s a paltry $3.4 million.
But, need we remind you, the Aston Martin Vulcan is a track car — meaning that you can’t even drive it on normal roads.
On the other hand, this is what it sounds like:
There were only 24 of these beasts ever built, and only three are destined for the United States. This particular car, whose sale is listed on duPont Registry, was initially bought by the owner of Aston Martin Cleveland for a small fee of $2.3 million. All 24 Vulcans sold out before the 2015 Geneva Motor Show debut.
Just in case you’re considering this hefty purchase, know that Aston Martin expects owners to learn how to handle their Vulcans properly — the car manufacturer limits the power of the vehicle until its owners complete a graduated series of driver￼ courses.
h/t Motor Authority
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