Greece creates "Chaos," world's first Ultracar

1:11 pm on 11 November 2021, Thursday

We are at least familiar with, if not seen, some supercars, hypercars, and megacars. Now a Greek company has developed a two-seater "ultracar" that is packed with 3,065 horsepower, to be exact—the world's first. 

This is the "Chaos," by SP Automotive. This wild high-performance ultracar can speed up from 0 to 60 in a span of 1.5 seconds.  

So far, the hypercars Bugatti Chiron comes with 1,577hp and the SCC Tuatara makes 1750hp. 

SP Automotive will be creating two versions of the Chaos with a total limited number of 20 units for now, depending on demand. 

One is a "tame" version, which is the "Earth Version," priced at $6.4 million. It will be packed with 2,049 horsepower produced by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V10 engine.

The more potent one is the Zero Gravity priced at $14.4 million. This is the one that can go from 0-60 in 1.55 seconds. The engine will have the unrestricted version of the V10 with an undisclosed form of hybrid assist to produce that 3065 horsepower and 1463 lb-ft of torque. 

The front look of the car is inspired by the Formula 1 car sporting a narrow nose and intense aerodynamic elements. Exotic materials and 3D printing will be used by the Greek manufacturer. 

Car enthusiasts should brace for some chaos in 2022.


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