Enthusiasts How the Aston Martin Vulcan Is Made Road Legal

16:57  11 march  2018
16:57  11 march  2018 Source:   roadandtrack.com

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We got up close and personal with the world's' only street legal Aston Martin Vulcan on a visit to RML Group, the people behind this incredible project. What do you think? Would you be happy driving this on the roads , or would you prefer on the track, how it was originally intended to be used?

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a car parked in front of a brick building: Here's Everything That Was Changed to Make the Aston Martin Vulcan Road Legal© RML Group Here's Everything That Was Changed to Make the Aston Martin Vulcan Road Legal

In April 2016, we heard that legendary engineering firm RML Group would be offering a kit to make the ultra-limited Aston Martin Vulcan track car road legal. Now, we finally get to learn just how RML Group was able to get a Vulcan registered for the streets in Europe.



Lovecars had a chat with the head engineer of RML Group to find out what was changed to make the Vulcan street legal. Aside from the obvious addition of headlights and Michelin Sport Cup 2 tires, there are a ton of other modifications made for both compliance and convenience.

Things like taillight covers, a smaller splitter, DB11 side mirrors, a retuned suspension, revised gear ratios, electric door locks, steering wheel padding, more comfortable seats, and an ECU recalibration are just a few of the changes that make sure this Vulcan can handle everyday roads without issue.

Watch for yourself to see how the entire transformation process went down.

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