The Spyros Panopoulos Chaos Is A 3,000-HP Greek Ultra-Car That Costs Over $14 Million!
Or you can get yourself a Koenigsegg Agera R, a Bugatti Chiron, and a Pagani Huayra, and still be left with a lot of money!
An ultra-car from Greece called the Spyros Panopoulos Chaos has arrived and it is magnificent. It features a V-10 engine and puts out over 3,000 horses in its best avatar! The performance specs of the car are equally impressive
The Chaos is powered by a 4.0-liter, V-10 engine. Spyros Panopoulos will offer the Chaos in two trims – Zero Gravity and Earth Version
It will be offered with a twin- or a quad-turbo setup depending on the model. Power will be channeled to all four wheels via a seven- or an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox
The Zero Gravity model puts out 3,065 HP and 1,463 lb/ft of torque. It redlines at 12,200 rpm and can sprint from 0 to 62 mph in under 1.55 seconds. The quarter-mile time is rated at under 7.5 seconds and top speed at 310 mph
The Earth Version makes 2,049 HP and 1,025 lb/ft of oomph. It redlines at 11,000 rpm. It takes under 1.9 seconds to sprint from 0 to 62 mph and takes 8.1 seconds to run a quarter-mile. Top speed is rated at 310 mph
Coming to the other aspects, the Chaos features a zylon poly monocoque. 78-percent of the body is made up of titanium, magnesium alloys, carbon fiber, and Kevlar
Stuff like the wheels, exhaust system and tips, brakes, pistons, crankshaft, conrods, etc. are all 3D-printed. Some are composed of titanium and some magnesium
The Chaos Earth Version stands at 3,060 pounds and is heavier than the Chaos Zero Gravity, which weighs in at 2,804 pounds
On the inside, the carbon fiber and zylon seats are built into the monocoque and are upholstered in Alcantara. The 3D printed Anadiaplasi titanium is used for the steering wheel, the pedals, and the rear-view mirror as well
The ultra-car comes with other interesting things like Fingerprint Recognition, Augmented Reality UI, VR Glasses, and Invisible to Visible Technology to name a few
The Greek car is priced at a jaw-dropping €12.5 million, which is around $13.7 million as per the current exchange rates. Spyros Panopoulos will build 15-20 examples of the Chaos annually
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