Icona Vulcano Titanium debuts on Pebble Beach

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The super speedy Icona Vulcano Titanium supercar concept debuted on the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California. Icona is an Italian-owned design company based in Shanghai China. The Icona Vulcano Titanium is an update of the ‘Icona Volcano’ concept that debuted in 2013.

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The 2013 Icona Vulcano concept. At the time the company said the car was powered by a hybrid power train consisting of a V12 and an electric motor, together good for 950  horsepower. Later on Icona said the eventual production car would be a hybrid with a twin-turbocharged V6 with a total output of 870hp.


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The 2013 Vulcano did not have an interior, the Vulcano Titanium has, indicating production is coming a bit closer. But who exactly will make the car is yet unclear. Main touch screen oddly shaped.


Icona has ditched all talk of a hybrid for the Titanium. Power now comes from a good old Chevrolet-sourced ZR-1 Corvette engine, good for a 670hp and 840nm, with a 350 km/h top speed and a 0-100 in 2.8 seconds. However, Icona didn’t open the bonnet so we can’t say for sure what is there or what not.


A mean looking machine. The body of the Vulcano Titanium is made from a mix of titanium and carbon fiber, making for a very strong and very light vehicle. Icona says they are the first to use titanium to build a car’s body.

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