2019 Aston Martin Vulcan. Launched in early 2017, AMR is a brand new performance company that brings technology primarily seen in the Aston Martin race car competition for customer carts. Essentially the kit upgrade to the already powerful Vulcan, the AMR Pro Pack makes the super more aerodynamic and faster in the race track. At the same time, it moves Aston Martin closer to the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini, and McLaren, companies that have solid customer racing programs and high customizable products thanks to detailed high-performance divisions.
Make a 2019 Aston Martin Vulcan – the only race car race at the same time from the name of the most powerful British luxury model in addition to the exciting development yet. Using the extensive sporty style that comes – and exploiting the brand-specific style of engineering and cunning – 800 hp, the carbon fiber of the Aston Martin Vulcan vows very inefficient efficiency. As for the Aston Martin, super-brand new – limited to only 24 cases around The world – will allow homeowners to be able to design their practical expertise reasonably through a graduated electrical power scale and broad public performance configurations.
The 2019 Aston Martin Vulcan AMro Pro is all about updates to the outside, so it is in this section that we will find the most prominent changes. What is very noticeable on the first glance is that the AMR Pro Pack already turns Vulcan seen aggressively into a Monster Beast monster. As a start, Aston Martin added magnifying panels above the wheel arches, as well as a pair of large dive planes to each side of the bumper. The first element extracts high pressure air to reduce air lift, while the latter helps to fix the front end of the track. There is also a revised splitter that now includes turning rotors on the underside to improve the steering response.
The AMRO Pro does not do much to change the look of the Vulcan profile, but the rear end is more dramatic than before thanks to the brand new wing. Not only is it as huge as a complete race car, the new wing also employs a dual-plane design – as opposed to a simple layout of a non-Vulcan AMR – and a 20 mm gurney flap. The component also includes a cleft front wing that has 15 mm additional gurney panels to maximize the donforsoveral, these upgrades bring a significant increase in the lower strength. While the standard model takes advantage of 3150 nm, the AMR Pro comes out from a huge 4000 nm. While the Vulcan was just a tad more bearish than the 2017 Le Mans award-winning Vantage GT, the 2019 Aston Martin Vulcan AM Pro blew out by nearly 900 nm.
The formations also shifted the center of the car’s weight forward, making it closer to the middle of the car (47 percent versus 41.5 percent). This not only improves traction, but also enhances driving response and front grip. Aston Martin had nothing to say about the interior car, but based on the images, its identical to the standard model. Granted, it should come with a few configurations to the hardware range and the data view, but customers should expect to get the same layout and materials. The radical design, the cabin consists of almost Vulcan carbon fiber.
Everything is designed with a race in mind, down to bucket seats, a F1-style steering wheel, and a roll cage. The display model comes with bright yellow details on the seats, but this detail is most likely customizable and buyers can order it in just about any color available. The large block tool provides all vital information, including speed, lap time, and fuel consumption, just as in the standard Vulcan. All said, the AMRO Pro cabin is more than fitted to handle a busy day on the race track.
Just like the super-standard car, the 2019 Aston Martin Vulcan Pro installs on a rear suspension with anti-dive engineering and dynamic suspension (DFF) multimatic, the latter providing high levels of adjustment. There is also variable traction control and anti-braking braking. Speaking of power saver, the Vulcan brakes use carbon Brembo and 15-inch ceramic in the front and 14.2 inches in the rear, while 19-inch lightweight wheels are encased in the Michelin tires racing spec.
The AMRO Pro is a 2019 Aston Martin Vulcan stock under the hood. It is a little surprising to be honest, but not a bargain deal since the 7.0 liter V-12 Crank car out a huge 820 horsepower in stock setup. His huge engine mates to the Strak built a six-speed sequential gearbox with a transaxle and uses a straight set with gear gears set to the crown wheel and gear. Performance figures are still a mystery, as Aston Martin has not yet updated race time 0 to 60 “less than three seconds” and maximum speed “more than 200 miles per hour.” However, given the revised aerodynamics, it is safe to assume that AMRO Pro is the twelfth fastest to 60 mph. The maximum speed is likely to remain unchanged, or even drop slightly in this configuration.
Production for AMRO Pro is capped at 24 units, just like Vulcan, with a package to be installed by Q by Aston Martin Advanced Processes. The first customer cars will be finished in the third quarter of 2017. Pricing information for the AMR Pro package is not yet available, but it is safe to assume that this super will cost more than 2019 Aston Martin Vulcan standard, which was sold for $2.3 million before options.