Drawing inspiration from the SR-71 Blackbird, the ICONA Vulcano is touted as the “world’s first titanium car”, and its “sharp and dramatic silhouette complimenting its sensual surface transitions was key to the styling of the Vulcano,” said company director Samual Chuffart. Under the hood, you’ll find a “mid-front engine calibrated for homologated roda and race use.” In other words, a supercharged V8 that generates 670-horsepower, good for a 0-60 time of just 2.8-seconds. Click here for more pictures of the Vulcano. Continue reading for a live video and more information.
“The Vulcano is hand-crafted, clocking in 10,000 hours of manpower and is revered by ICONA as a true work of art. Built by Italian coachbuilder, CECOMP, the body of the Vulcano is made for racing with a strongly sculpted body side and voluptuous shapes fashioned to evacuate hot air from the engine and reduce air turbulence generated by the wheels,” according to the DuPont Registry.