Although the company has yet to divulge any further details about the Vulcan, we can see from the video (above) that the car will feature a large rear diffuser and side exhausts on both flanks of the car.
From the reflection of the Vulcan's LED tail-lights we can also discern a large, probably carbonfibre, rear wing.
Our sources have informed us that the Vulcan will be a track-only vehicle and produced in extremely limited quantities — 30 is a number we've seen bandied about.
Given the track-focussed nature of the car, it's expected that the Vulcan will feature a stripped down interior complete with a race-spec cage.
It's also likely that the Vulcan will be sold with an ownership package, similar to the one employed by both the Ferrari FXX series and the upcoming McLaren P1 GTR. In both schemes, the manufacturer houses and maintains the cars, and prepares them for specially organised track and race events in which owners participate.
The Aston Martin Vulcan will debut at the Geneva motor show alongside the road going, and already revealed, Vantage GT3.