Inspired by the world’s fastest airplane, the Icona Vulcano Titanium is the world first titanium supercar.
The Supercar is built from the same material as the SR-71 Blackbird. Compared to other metals, titanium is much lighter with much higher strength. It also has excellent resistance to heat and corrosion. The naked titanium body of the car is a sculpture, revealing its 10.000 hours of hand-crafted work in the most pure form.
The Vulcano Titanium uses a consistent theme of dynamic triangles set in horizontal symmetry, reminiscent of the ICONA logo, which balance the dynamism of the volume. To connect the features and divide each part, tight lines complement the voluptuous shape, enhancing the car’s sensual power.
The powertrain is the work of Mr. Claudio Lombardi, ex-Scuderia Ferrari director and mastermind of numerous world champion cars, and Mr. Mario Cavagnero the man behind the Lancia Racing Team and father of the engine of many championship-winning cars (the famous Lancia Delta Integrale and 037, as well as the complete Peugeot 205 T16 and 405 t16 series)
Maximum torque is 819 Nm, top speed exceeds 350 km/h, and 0-100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds. With all of this power encased in a beautiful design featuring voluptuous and harmonious shapes, the Vulcano Titanium is the car which brings together Beauty and the Beast.
The car has excellent maneuverability. The geometry of the suspension has been revolutionized with respect to traditional solutions. The shock absorbers are fully adjustable in rebound and compression, meaning there are several possible settings to identify the most suitable calibration for the drive type.