Spyros Panopoulos 'Project Chaos' Hypercar With 3000bhp: The First-Ever Hypercar From Greece

The world is about to get its first-ever Greek hypercar. Spyros Panopoulos is all set to unveil the first-ever hypercar from Greece, called 'Project Chaos' sometime very soon. The new Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos hypercar claims staggering performance figures of 3000bhp from its V10 engine.

The First-Ever Greek Hypercar Promises Some Insane Figures Ahead Of Unveil: The Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos Producing 3000bhp

The ‘Ultra-car' as the company likes to call it will be offered in two variants, both powered by the same 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V10 engine. The engine comes with 20 fuel-injectors; among which 10 are direct injection. The unit is made up of a billet aluminium 5-axis engine block and cylinder heads and also uses titanium camshafts and has a compression ratio of 12.3:1.

The First-Ever Greek Hypercar Promises Some Insane Figures Ahead Of Unveil: The Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos Producing 3000bhp

The 3988cc V10 engine is offered in two variants: the first variant produces 2000bhp at 11,000rpm 3D printed titanium pistons and connecting rods. The second ‘more-powerful' variant churns out 3000bhp at 12,000rpm and uses 3D printed ceramic pistons and carbon-fibre rods.

The First-Ever Greek Hypercar Promises Some Insane Figures Ahead Of Unveil: The Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos Producing 3000bhp

Both variants feature twin carbon-fibre turbochargers with titanium and ceramic compound turbine wheels. The engine is mated to an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission unit, sending power to all-four-wheels.

The First-Ever Greek Hypercar Promises Some Insane Figures Ahead Of Unveil: The Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos Producing 3000bhp

The hypercar also claims staggering performance figures as well. The Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos hypercar claims to sprint from 0 - 100km/h in 1.8 seconds, while 100 - 200km/h takes just 2.6 seconds The hypercar is also said to have a claimed top speed of 500km/h (310mph).

The First-Ever Greek Hypercar Promises Some Insane Figures Ahead Of Unveil: The Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos Producing 3000bhp

The Project Chaos makes extensive use of 3D printing and composite parts. For example the chassis on the hypercar is said to be a monocoque zylon with the body parts made of carbon-fibre and kevlar while the mechanical parts are from ‘anadiaplasi' 3D printed titanium and magnesium.

Apart from this, the Greek hypercar will also make use of 3D printing for its titanium exhaust, magnesium brake calipers and titanium wheels, along with the carbon-fibre turbochargers, conrods and crankshafts as well.

The First-Ever Greek Hypercar Promises Some Insane Figures Ahead Of Unveil: The Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos Producing 3000bhp

Apart from these, the Project Chaos also features other standard hypercar features as well, along with carbon-fibre bucket seats, built into the monocoque, steering wheel with its own display screen, infotainment system, heads-up display, LED lighting on the exterior and a new ‘augmented technology' for the interiors.

The First-Ever Greek Hypercar Promises Some Insane Figures Ahead Of Unveil: The Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos Producing 3000bhp

Thoughts On The Radical 3000bhp Hypercar From Greece

The Project Chaos from Spyros Panopoulos is the newest hypercar startup and the first from Greece. It will definitely be interesting to see how these figures stack up in the real world, once the ‘Ultracar' is actually revealed, and if it even goes into production.

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Article Published On: Saturday, July 18, 2020, 15:13 [IST]
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