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Faralli & Mazzanti Vulca S V10 specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1618 kg (3567 lbs)
Introduced 2009
Origin country Italy
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Submitted by BumRush

Performance

0 - 100 kph3.9 s
Top speed336 kph (209 mph)

Powertrain specs

Engine type V10 n/a
Displacement 5.8 l (354 ci)
Power 630 ps (621 bhp / 463 kw)
Torque 630 Nm (465 lb-ft)
Power / liter 109 ps (107 hp)
Power / weight 389 ps (384 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 389 Nm (287 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 6 Speed Sequential
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive
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Shaggy  8y ago

@ Fangio Man: LOL, good one! :D


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Fangio Man  8y ago

The most luxury hearse I have ever seen! 0_0


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Shaggy  9y ago

This car does look goofy, in fact, it looks so goofy, I can't even thing of a silly analogy to describe how strange it looks like I normally do.


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DDriver  10y ago

I can't stand central console dashboards. Tach and speedo should be in the proper place - in front of you.


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Apathy  10y ago

If only the Panoz and this car didn't look so goofy on the outside. :|


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Apathy  10y ago

Looks like a more modern (and much more plush) version of the old Panoz Esperante interior:

550x800m


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Mach-1  10y ago

That is the most awesome interior I've ever seen.


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Tails  12y ago

The car it's classic


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Anonymous  13y ago

yeah and if you notice it say 630hp not that ps crap..


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venom  13y ago

for the quarter depending on what tires its running i would guess low 11s at upper 120s and for the ring probably high 7:30s or low 7;40s (probably higher is sport auto is the one to test it though).


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Georg  13y ago

corrected the data to factory claim... the Vulcan S is powered by a V10 not V12... the 7.1L V12 is the less powerfull 520hp "comfort" version without the S in the name...
source manufactor hompage...
http://www.femauto.it/pages/ENG/vulca.asp


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Anonymous  13y ago

this look REALLY really good! any quarter mile and Ring times? or guesses?


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Anonymous  13y ago

The B-pillar could use a bit more style. It looks too "normal" for a car with such curves. I guess for strength, it needs to be vertical but they could add some character.


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Anonymous  13y ago

Maybe a 612 Scag? or they make them thrmselves?


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yanster  13y ago

where did this car's v12 come from?


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BumRush  13y ago

€340,000, £301,000, $440,000, Either ay you look at it, its an Exquisite piece of machinery. i didnt expect that much power...but im not complaining..lol

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