Coming all the way from Greece.
Greek automaker Spyros Panopoulos Automotive (SP Automotive) has just unveiled their new ultracar that’s been named “Chaos.” As you may notice, Chaos is referred to as an “ultracar” and not a hypercar or megacar, and that’s because this vehicle packs a truly “ultra” amount of power- 3,064 horsepower. So, how does an automobile like the Chaos get all of this power? SP Automotive notes that it is powered by a 4.0-liter V10 engine that gets an extra boost from a hybrid system. However, SP Automotive has not disclosed how much power is coming from either the engine or hybrid system. It should be noted that the 3,046 hp output is found in the Zero Gravity version of the Chaos, and there’s also an Earth Version that produces a bit more… tame… 2,048 hp. When it comes to acceleration, high-end Zero Gravity Chaos will run from 0 to 62 mph in 1.55 seconds and the Earth Version will complete the sprint in 1.9 seconds. The top speed of the Chaos is stated to be over 310 mph for both versions. It’s plain to see that SP Automotive’s new Chaos ultracar is primed to be a groundbreaking vehicle in terms of power and speed, but it also has some other cool features like the 3D-printed wheels, augmented reality UI, and fingerprint recognition. The Chaos’ price is set at $14.4 million for the high-end version, while the other comes in at $6.4 million. SP Automotive is planning on creating around 15 to 20 examples each year but will raise that number up to 100 if needed.
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