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The track-only Aston Martin Vulcan was recently converted to be fully road legal by a British engineering firm with changes to the ride height, headlights and cooling.

The Vulcan was originally meant to compete with the McLaren P1 GTR and the Ferrari FXX, but was never designed or engineered to be used on the road, however Aston Martin have revealed that they have received many calls from owners requesting the British car-maker to make their Vulcans road-legal. Aston Martin had offered this at the cost of the additional R&D costs, however they have been beaten to it by RML Group.

The engine remains unchanged with a 600kW 7.0-litre V12, although driving systems were re-programmed to better fit road conditions.

Aston Martin sold the Vulcans for a rumoured $3 million each (before modifications).

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