'Chaos', a 3,000-HP Greek hypercar

Greek car aficionado and tuning expert Spyros Panopoulos has released teaser images of the ‘Chaos’, an insane 3,000-horsepower (2,237-kW) hypercar.

Panopoulos is planning to debut ‘Chaos’ at the 2021 Geneva Motor Show, which hosts world debuts of absurdly powerful hypercars.

Powering the Chaos is a four-litre V10 engine available in two forms: gasoline (around 2,000 hp which will rev up to 11,000 rpm) and E85 (around 3,000 hp which will rev up 12,000 rpm- which is higher than the Aston Martin Valkyrie). Both will ship with the same dual-clutch automatic transmission and AWD system on board, with 35% of the momentum going to the front axle and 65% to the rear one.

'Chaos', a 3,000-HP Greek hypercar

Outfitted like this, the hypercar will zap 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in less than two seconds and max out at 500 km/h (310 mph), the tuner claims.

The cabin will be stripped of all physical buttons in favour of a touch- and gesture-based interface.

'Chaos', a 3,000-HP Greek hypercar

The futuristic design looks very striking, however there won’t be any more photos or details of ‘Chaos’ until the car debuts at the 2021 Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland.

And if the ‘Chaos’ already didn’t sound extreme, the company will also show off a second hypercar that’s “10 years ahead of its time.”

*Image credit: Spyros Panopoulos Automotive