Do You Dare to Spend £2 Million on Titanium Supercar?

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What it takes to make a supercar inspired by Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird, the world’s fastest plane? First goes the thorough search of compromise between beauty and power resulting in implementing parts of , and Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 into titanium body with carbon elements. Then, take at least 10,000 hours of manual work to transform metal into required shape, spend approximately 5 years for its development and you’ll get this hot supercar with sky-high price and extraordinary performance. More to say, only several cars are produced a year and available for ordering. Have I whetted your appetite enough for you to crave it even more?

Do You Dare to Spend £2 Million on Titanium Supercar?

September 1st Icona company introduces Titanium Vulcano to the public – the first in the world supercar made of titanium. Elaborated by French design director Samuel Chuffart the car is represented in its final version on Salon Prive Concours event in Woodstock.

Do You Dare to Spend £2 Million on Titanium Supercar?

The two-seater Icona Vulcano Titanium is equipped with 6.2-litre eight-cylinder engine from C6 ZR1 producing 670 bhp. The vehicle accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds and the top speed reaches 220 mph (355 km/h). The other features you may be impressed with are carbon ceramic Brembo brakes, Alcantara covered cabin with a tablet to control car systems and 20-inch forged wheels.

Do You Dare to Spend £2 Million on Titanium Supercar?

Well, if you do want to stand out and attract attention, then Titanium Vulcano - in exchange for a briefcase with 2.5 million euros in it – will definitely make you special on the road.

Source: topgear.com


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