Here’s a new video of the Aston Martin Vulcan, a car which was previewed back in February 2015. Shot in at the Elvington Airfield in Yorkshire, the supercar is featured with a British-made 1950’s Avro Vulcan bomber, the plane which the car got its name from.

Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer says, “clearly the Avro Vulcan provided the inspiration for the naming of our most extreme sports car, and I’m delighted that we have been able to unite the ‘two Vulcans’ and deliver our own tribute to this world-renowned aeronautical phenomenon.”

Aston Martin has confirmed that the Vulcan will go to production and will be limited to track-use only. Only 24 units of the Vulcan will be built. First deliveries for the Vulcan is set to take place before the end of 2015.

The company says that the Vulcan can be precisely tailored for track days through a “graduating scale of detailed power” and “dynamic performance adjustments.” To recap, the Vulcan will have extensive use of carbon-fibre and will be powered by a naturally-aspirated 7.0 litre V12 engine that produces some 800 hp.

Aston Martin Vulcan at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show