At the 2015 Pebble Beach Concous D’Elegance, Icona, a boutique automotive company, plans to exhibit a car with an extremely unique carbon fiber and titanium body. This car is specifically designed to reduce air turbulence caused by the wheels and move out the hot air from the engine. The Vulcano, alongside a handcrafted titanium body that took 1,000 hours to sculpt, has a similar stylistic lines as the popular Blackbird SR-71 and was originally presented at the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show.
Italian coach builder Cecomp will be using a mid-front engine calibrated for homologated race and road use with a balance of convenience and efficiency as they build the Vulcano Titanium.
Icona’s new release will bring a whole new element to the hypercar industry. The paddle shifting gearbox is coupled with a supercharged V8 that outputs 670 hp and which allows the vehicle to accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds.
Looks amazing, huh? What’s even more amazing is that the car is handcrafted.
One factor that makes it so fast is its design. It’s built to move out the hot air away from the wheels.
It also has a spectacular interior.
Its center console is touch-sensitive.
Take a closer look at the carbon fiber layers.
LED lights and hood intake just make it more stunning.
The wheels are left to be undisturbed as air flows away from the wheels.
This is truly a spectacular car. It doesn’t simply look good, but its performance is also superb. Maybe the price ranges will come out in the near future, and hopefully, they’ll be affordable.