Soaring! Soaring! The 3065HP Greek supercar worth 14.4 million US dollars is chaos-breaking and latest news, Greece, Cyprus, Greek diaspora news

2021-11-13 06:08:17 By : Mr. Bruce Huang

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Athens-A Greek company, SP Automotive claims to own the world’s first and fastest supercar, called Chaos, which can blow away Corvette Stingrays, Bugattis and Swedish cars from 0-60 miles per hour in 1.5 seconds. Koenigsegg Gemera, it can do it in 1.9 seconds.

Compared with Gemera's 1.7 million US dollars, it will also cost you 14.4 million US dollars, and has aroused the awe and suspicion of world car critics who want to know if it is real or believable.

Company owner Spyros Panopoulos said it was, and praised the revolutionary design on his website that makes the Batmobile look like a Chevrolet Corvair, using eloquent terminology.

"Words cannot describe the emotional and adrenaline surge caused by this technological masterpiece in its drivers. It is not just a car, it is the epitome of the future, the next step in the evolution of the car, a work of art, and a work of art. A masterpiece," the website said.

"This is the first Ultra car proudly manufactured in Greece, the birthplace of culture and the country that will be born in the future," it added, adding that, by contrast, American muscle cars in the 1970s looked like 97-pound underdogs.

The review stated that it has 3,065 horsepower, which is enough to get you around the Roman Arena much faster than the chariot Charlton Heston used in Ben-Hur.

A website called Luxury Launches stated that Chaos will come in two versions, which reference SP Automotive, which is a base vehicle called Earth Version with 2,048 horsepower and a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V10 engine.

"The engine with the red line at 10,000 rpm will produce 1025 lb-ft of torque in this adjustment. The motor is designed and developed in-house, using aluminum billets or 3D printed magnesium alloy engine blocks," the report said.

The zero-gravity version has an unrestricted V10 engine, which is so powerful that you may have to worry about taking off like an airplane or using it only on the Bonneville salt flats instead of on the streets.

The automaker also stated that it can run a quarter of a mile in 7.5 seconds. It is powered by a super engine in the chassis. The chassis looks more like a Formula One car with a top speed of 500 kilometers per hour (311 per hour). Miles), it is about 30% faster than F1 or Indy Race cars on the track.

The Greek manufacturer claims that Chaos will use "the best aerodynamic design ever used in cars," and its structure uses 3D printing and exotic materials.

SP Automotive stated that it hopes to produce a limited number of 20 cars, and depending on how many super-rich want to show off super cars, it can be further increased to 100 according to demand.

The Car Scoops website is skeptical, noting that automotive journalists are questioning the statement "even whether the project itself exists".

For those who do not speak Greek and call the vehicle K-OS, it actually sounds almost exactly as it claims: CAR-OS. Take it away.

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