Aston Martin Vulcan and Acura NSX test track videos

There are two high performance cars that have been getting a lot of the limelight of late, and those are the Aston Martin Vulcan and the 2017 Honda Acura NSX. We have come across two interesting videos of both these vehicles being tested on race tracks, and while the former sounds beautiful, the latter is clearly awesome in terms of its handling.

Aston Martin has shared a video of its Vulcan hypercar and it is more of a tease, as we do not get to see it really put through its paces – something that we truly want to see happen.

However, we have to remember that this is no ordinary car, especially when you consider it will cost more than $2 million and will reach around 225mph.

Acura NSX test

If you are looking for a fast car that still has the looks, and also the handling to match, then the 2017 Honda Acura NSX would be the car for you.

We have come across a video review of this mew model, and have to say – it has been worth the wait. We do love the first part of the video below, as you get to hear Jason Cammisa doing is small impersonation of Jermey Clarkson.

This might not have the top speed of the Vulcan above, but in terms of desirability, it has plenty of that.

Please view both videos below.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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