In the current era of electrification, there are still car companies that are launching super-pure fuel-powered supercars, which can be said to be very rare. On November 2, the Greek start-up car company Spyros Panopoulos officially released its first super sports car-Chaos. New carIt will be sold exclusively by Sotheby’s, with a limited edition of 20 units in major markets on all continents. The first mass-produced version will be delivered early next year, with an overseas starting price of 5.5 million euros (approximately 40,831,500 yuan), and a top placement price of 12.4 million euros (approximately 92,056,400 yuan).
Unlike most current super sports cars, Chaos makes extensive use of 3D printing technology. The entire car is made of carbon fiber, titanium alloy, and special lightweight and strong polymers.Its vehicle mass is only 1388kg (2077 horsepower version), and the more powerful 3107 horsepower version is actually lighter at 1272kg, which is lighter than the Civic.
Entering the car, you can see that the new car seats, center console, floor, etc. are all made of large-area carbon fiber materials, which achieves the ultimate lightweight.
It’s worth mentioning that, as a super sports car,The new car does not use the traditional steering wheel design, but uses a similar spacecraft operating lever, which is expected to bring a more extreme control experience. There is also a liquid crystal display in the middle of the steering wheel, which can display the working status of the vehicle.
The power system is the focus of this car, which is equipped with a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V10 engine.The crankshaft, pistons, and connecting rods are all completed by 3D printing. The interior of the cylinder is polished and cut by forging technology and precise CNC lathe technology. The exhaust manifold and turbocharger shell are made of carbon fiber. The internal rotor is made of carbon fiber. Made of high-strength titanium alloy, it achieves the perfect balance of weight reduction, strength, heat insulation and heat dissipation.
In terms of parameters, it is divided into a 2077-horsepower version and a 3107-horsepower version, matching a 7-speed or 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The former 0-100km/h acceleration time is 1.9 seconds, and the 0-300km/h acceleration time is 7.9 seconds.
The 3107 horsepower version is even more crazy. The 0-100km/h acceleration time is 1.55 seconds, and the acceleration time is 100-200km/h in 1.7 seconds, and the 0-300km/h acceleration time is 7.1 seconds, which can be said to be comparable to F1 cars.
According to the official, Chaos speed will crush SSC Tuatara (455.3km/h) and Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ (490.484Km/h）。