Greek carmaker developed the hypercar, which is capable of accelerating from standstill to 100 km/h in less than 2.0 seconds.
Spyros Panopoulos Automotive has published several photos of a new model — a powerful hypercar Chaos, under the hood, which the Greek manufacturer installed V10 engine capacity from 2000 to 3000 horsepower.
Founder and CEO Spyros Panopoulos previously built the most powerful in the history of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo, for the performance of which corresponds to a 2000-HP engine. Moreover, Panopoulos is the owner of Tung Studio Extreme Tuners, producing parts and components for racing and luxury cars. Currently, he presented his own new hypercar called Chaos.
For meals Chaos meets four-liter V10 engine. His gasoline modification guarantees about 2000 horsepower, while the option of using E85 biofuel, increases the power up to a whopping 3000 horsepower.
Both versions as powertrain uses 8-speed transmission with double clutch transmits torque to all four wheels. According to preliminary information, the latter is distributed between the front and rear axles in the ratio 35% and 65%, respectively. As for dynamic abilities hypercar, then his “first hundred” Chaos is gaining less than two seconds and can accelerate to maximum speed, exceeding the mark of 500 km/h.
A distinctive feature of the car is its interior, which, according to developers, there are no physical buttons — all functions can be controlled using gestures.
It is reported that Chaos will debut at the Geneva motor show, which will be held next year. As reported earlier edition, this year the exposure, by tradition, is scheduled for early March, was cancelled by the Swiss authorities of the deadly coronavirus, and many producers held an online presentation of their new products.