|Vehicle Class||Civilian car|
|Body Style||2-door supercar|
|Capacity||2 (driver and passenger)|
The Vulture's main body design is almost identical to the McLaren P1, including the curvature of the hood as well as the rear lights, guards, fascia and spoiler; however the headlamps and front bumper are more reminiscent of the McLaren MP4-12C. The car features a modification adding large intake on the hood, intakes on the roof, and splitters on the front and sides. A large carbon-fibre composites as a grille at the front of the vehicle.
The hood resembles that of a Tushek 600, as well as the side intakes and front grille area. The headlight arrangement and positioning is also similar to that of the TS600s, whereas the headlight's design are similar to those found on the Falcon F7. The rear is mostly similar to the P1, but the rear exhaust and the rear diffuser are similar to the Ferrari 488 GTB.
The Vulture has impressive acceleration, and a very good top speed. The car's nippy handling helps it smoothly transition from lane to lane on highways, but poses as a threat in busy traffic, since the handling can be unresponsive from time to time. The vehicle's spoiler will raise from time to time, and tilt on its axis to improve downforce over the rear axle and improve aerodynamic flow. Under braking, the spoiler will tilt forwards and down, increasing the surface area hit by airflow, thus acting as an air brake and slowing the car down quicker.