The Aston Martin Vulcan is an astonishing thing. Built for the track, and packing a naturally-aspirated 820bhp V12, it features noise, fire, proper track competency and, um, some more noise.
As you would expect, there is a steering wheel also. Handy, you might think, for something capable of setting a record around Nardo. It’s also cool, clever, quite beautiful and therefore worthy of some explanation.
Allow TG’s Ollie Marriage to guide you through the paddles and buttons. Once you’ve finished watching the vid, click here to read our first drive, and then click here for 12 things we learned about the Vulcan.
Oh, and about that noise? You need to watch this video…