The Icona Vulcano embodies the best of Italian design and engineering. Reaching up to 950 hp of power through an ingenious combination of internal combustion engine and electric motors, all encased in a beautiful design with voluptuous and harmonious shapes.
The 2013 Icona Vulcano had a V12 engine and two front seats. The claimed top speed is about 350 km/h and the 0-200 km/h sprint well under ten seconds.
The engine of the Icona Vulcano is the work of the well-known Claudio Lombardi, a former technical director of Ferrari starring in the participation of numerous world champion cars.
They shared the same important stage with different fortunes, fueling the dreams of many car enthusiasts. These are the cars that in the 1990s were at the pinnacle of their categories with truly incredible powers albeit with technologies not up to the standards of the most modern cars of today.
Engines that 30 years ago pioneered a new generation of powertrain, delivering pure adrenaline in the early 1990s.
Today they have become collector's cars and are very difficult to find. Real amarcords. Let's look at the most iconic ones with the main features.
Throughout automotive history, true works of art on four wheels have been created that have left their mark on automotive culture.
In this photo gallery we show 15 of the strangest and most unusual cars ever produced, capable of astonishing us with their futuristic design or innovative technical solutions.
They are not only vehicles to be admired, but also represent a piece of history that makes us reflect on the continuous development of the automotive industry and the influences of the trends and technologies of their time.
Let's discover together these wonderful cars that marked the era in which they were produced and that continue to leave their mark on the imagination of four-wheel enthusiasts.