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The world's first super-fast car will be "the fastest car ever produced" |  Leader

The world’s first super-fast car will be “the fastest car ever produced” | Leader

A Greek company has said it will launch the world’s first ultra-fast car next year. The 3,100-horsepower powerful car is called the “Chaos” and, according to its makers, has a top speed of more than 500 kilometers per hour.




Newly founded Spyros Panopoulos Automotive from Athens is building the car and wants to break a whole series of car records with its top model, such as the fastest lap at the Nürburgring, the record for highest top speed and fastest quarter. Mile race.

The Chaos engine is powered by a 4.0-liter V10 with two turbines. The engine was designed and developed in-house using an aluminum or magnesium alloy engine block. The block gets titanium pistons and connecting rods, as well as a pair of turbochargers made of carbon fiber, titanium, magnesium and ceramic composites.

Mess “Ultracar”. © Spyros Panopoulos

11,220 rpm

The company plans to produce a limited number of 20 Mayhem copies for each continent, with the model distributed exclusively by Sotheby’s auction house.

Prices start at around 5.5 million euros for the 2,000 hp base variant and go up to 12.4 million euros for the 3,000 hp top model with all the exotic materials and technologies. According to Carscops, the first model has already been sold and the car will be delivered early next year.

Chaos

Mess “Ultracar”. © Spyros Panopoulos

The lowest-powered version of the Earth has a 2077-horsepower engine and pulls up to 11,000 rpm. The car accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 1.9 seconds and from 0 to 300 km / h in 7.9 seconds. The groundbreaking Zero Gravity has 3,107 horsepower and a towing force of 1,984 Nm. This engine can run up to 11,220 rpm and is faster than any two or four wheelers ever produced, according to the company.

maximum speed

Spyros Panopoulos claims that the record attempt at the fastest production car ever will take place at the Ehra-Lessien circuit in Germany, sponsored by Red Bull. The company has stated that it will also provide the car to BBCs maximum speed It will provide an independent preliminary review. The many registration attempts should happen sometime in 2022 and 2023.

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