New images and details about the Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos hypercar from Greece have hit the web and if this build actually hits the market and doesn’t turn out to be vaporware , more established smaller players in the industry might have something to worry about.
The official word from the company is that the car uses a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V10 engine that includes titanium camshafts, Inconel valves, 3D printed pistons and rods and is good for 2,000 HP while revving through to 11,000 rpm. Should the customer opt for things like ceramic pistons, carbon fiber rods, and other modifications, the engine will pump out 3,000 HP, revving up to 12,000 rpm.
3,000 HP Spyros Panopoulos Project Chaos Is A V10-Powered Greek Hypercar In the teaser video below, we discover that 3D printing will be used extensively. For example, 3D printing will be used to make the […]
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