The long awaited Greek hypercar Chaos, was revealed today on the creator's facebook page, showing off for the first time the 'real' version of the car not the CGI version that had been promoted on social media causing many to even question the existence of CHAOS.
Creator Spyros Panopoulos posted a photo of CHAOS today on his facebook page along with a video of his recent interview with Greece's national broadcaster ERT, which reported that the popular British TV series Top Gear is scheduled to test CHAOS in the new year.
According to Panopoulos, CHAOS is the most advanced and fastest car on earth.
SP Automotive is a Greek company that has claimed it has the world's first and fastest Ultra Car named Chaos. It claimed it can go from 0-60 miles per hour in 1.5 seconds, blowing away Corvette Stingrays, Bugattis and the Swedish Koenigsegg Gemara, which can do it in 1.9 seconds.
It will also cost you $14.4 million, compared to Gemara's $1.7 million price tag and is drawing awe, and suspicion, from the world's car reviewers who wonder if it's accurate or credible.
Company owner Spyros Panopoulos said it is, and on his website, hailed the revolutionary design that makes the Batmobile look like a Chevy Corvair, using gushing terms.
"Words cannot describe the emotions and the adrenaline rush that this masterpiece of technology elicits in its driver. It is not just a car, it is the epitome of the future, the next step in automotive evolution, a work of art, a masterpiece," the site said.
SP Automotive is only building 100 units of Chaos with plans of handcrafting 15 to 20 cars per year.
The carmaker also said the first customer deliveries would arrive by mid-2022. Will Chaos dethrone the current speed kings like the Rimac Nevera or SSC Tuatara? We’ll have to wait and see. Everyday brings us one step closer to seeing this Ultra car finally getting its run on the track and proving it self.