Icona's hot Vulcano supercar will appear at next month's Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance, the small carmaker has confirmed.
Designed by former Bertone and Jaguar designer Samuel Chuffart, the Vulcano also benefits from the engineering talents of former Ferrari engineer Claudio Lombardi.
Something of a hybrid supercar, two versions of the Vulcano are planned: one using a V12 engine and the other, a track-focused race special, using a twin-turbo V6.
Icona says the V12 petrol-electric model produces around 670kW in total, while the V6 - again a petrol-electric hybrid - will deliver 650kW.
In V12 form, power is sent exclusively to the rear wheels, and Icona promises a 0-100km/h time, incredibly, of around 2.0 seconds.
In the V6 model, the petrol engine drives the rear wheels, while the electric motors turn the front wheels.
Watch for the Vulcano's Pebble Beach appearance on August 17.