The replacement for the Octane, the Vulcan was announced as a wing for the true sport pilot, which outperforms its predecesor whilst keeping "the feeling". The glider has a higher aspect ratio of 5,4, a smaller tip area, and also more cells (56) to improve the performance. It was to be available in 3 colors schemes (quite original).
Ozone claims that the Vulcan offers more performance throughout the speed range, "but interestingly it also offers more pitch stability than before". It also features the brand's B2 tabs (introduced with the Vibe) which are supossed to offer more stability in flight "and reduce the pitching effect even further making the wing very comfortable to fly even when it's rough and turbulent", according to the designers. The Vulcan made an interesting debut in the acro scene at the last Bregenzerwald Cup (Austria) in the hands of Mike Kung.
The Vulcan passed DHV2 certification in sizes S, M, L & XL. The XS size was yet to be certified.