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Spyros Panopoulos Automotive Reveals World’s First Ultracar: Chaos

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Yes, Chaos would cost an outrageous sum of money for just one car but tell that to those in the top echelon and car enthusiast.

Spyros Panopoulos Automotive made a groundbreaking debut in the automotive industry revealing the world’s first ultracar, Chaos, on the first day of November as said. The bar is certainly getting higher seeing Bugatti Chiron 300+ creating absolute records and SSC Tuatara crushing it in dismay, not forgetting record breaking Swedish Koenigsegg Regera, Arab Emirate 5007 hp Devel sixteen, upcoming 2300 hp Elektron Quarsar, 1900 hp Pininfarini Battista, 1914 hp Rimac Nevera fastest road production car, 1817 hp Hennessey Venom F5, and 1020 hp Tesla Model S Plaid.

Absolutely those numbers are as real as they could get. It’s just amazing what the future holds in store with so many trailblazing research and development.

The greek ultracar is equipped with 4.0L V10 twinturbo engine with an hybrid system mated with seven or eight dual clutch transmission gearbox cranking 3065 hp and 1426 lb-ft of torque for zero gravity version costing $14.4 million and the earth version is equipped with a 4.0L V10 twinturbo engine cranking 2048 hp and 1024 lb-ft costing $6.4 million. Chaos reaches a top speed of 310 mph, it’s earth version reaches 0-62 mph in 1.9 seconds, 62- 124 mph in 2.7 seconds and a quarter mile in 8.1 seconds, Chaos Zero gravity version reaches 0-62 mph in 1.55 seconds, 62-124 mph in 1.7 seconds, from standstill reaches 300 mph in 7.1 seconds and a quarter mile in 7.5 seconds.

According to Spyros Panopoulos Automotive, Chaos is the best vehicle after F1 car due to it’s perfect aerodynamics. The all wheel drive uses a monocoque zylon for it’s chassis, the world’s strongest man made fibre. New materials used to worth its cost, the roof is hard but elastic that can be pushed beyond it’s elastic limit and does not deform after heavy impact.

Basically, Chaos is a work of art, all materials used have never been used before. Chaos interior is one to behold. Seats made of carbon fiber and zylon with alcantra, 3D printed steering wheel with augmented reality, there’s also finger print recognition.

The ultracar is certainly worth it but how deep is your pocket, let’s still watch of for what Chaos it can cause on the road, fingers crossed.

Source: Automotive.spyrospanopoulos.com and carscoops.com

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