However, buying a Vulcan isn’t like buying a car — it’s more like signing up to be a test pilot. You can’t just take the Vulcan out on the road (it’s track-only), and new owners are offered a free program of “intensive track driver training.” Essentially this means going back to driving school, but with a car this powerful, it’s a must for all but the most experienced drivers. Plus, in this case, instruction is being given by Aston Martin Racing drivers such as Le Mans-winning Darren Turner, and the training cars are vehicles like the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S, Vantage GT4, and One-77.
Bigger is not always better. Sometimes good things come in small packages – especially when it comes to automobiles. There have been plenty of highly desirable miniature cars released over the years. Collectors still salivate over tiny 1960s microcars, and wealthy families still opt for small, practical luxury cars over gargantuan gas-guzzling behemoths. Here are some of the most desirable, tiny cars ever released. Read more