A one of a kind supercar is coming to Pebble Beach in California this year. That car is a very special version of the Icona Vulcano supercar that is already very rare end expensive in standard form. The updated version will be shown at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and is called the Vulcano Titanium.
The car is made using a mix of titanium and carbon fiber with the body of the car requiring 1,000 hours of craftsmanship to build. The result is a car that looks nearly identical to the normal Vulcano. With use of titanium, it will presumably be lighter and perform better.
The Vulcano can be tuned to over 1000 hp on demand, but is optimized for an output of 670hp and 840 N/m of torque. The engine in the car is sourced from the Corvette ZR1 and is supercharged. It uses a paddle shift close ratio gearbox and promises a top speed of 220-mph. The car promises to reach 60mph in 2.8 seconds on its way to 120mph in 8.8 seconds. The sides of the car are sculpted to remove hot air from the engine compartment.