The Chaos supercar, built by Spyros Panopoulos in Greece, has not been released yet. The public is patiently waiting for its unveiling, especially as there has been a lot of hype behind this Greek-built supercar.
The demands of such a project are very high, especially since the components are manufactured in Greece, as is the desire of the creator.
Spyros Panopoulos regularly reveals some of these components, which he did once again recently. The relevant images that he released to the public concerned the gas caps, suspensions and bases from the front lights.
Cap, suspensions and bases
There will be two caps where fuel will be supplied instead of the usual as the Chaos has double tanks, for normal fuel and for racing. These are made (3D printed) from titanium.
Finally, Spyros Panopoulos showed another accessory, which most people did not understand exactly what it was. This is the base of the front light fixtures located between the lights and the vehicle chassis.
In total, Chaos has 44,200 printed codes, covering everything from a screw to the motor.
The Greek supercar project continues normally and with undiminished intensity.
In his post on Instagram, the Greek manufacturer explained one of the reasons for the delay in the Chaos unveiling: "If we had chosen the easy and economical way, we would have been on the road two years ago. My expectations are much higher than just another car."
However, he also sent a message to those who doubt him, writing: "appointment at the official presentation of the best car in the world."
Vassilis Sarimbalides is a columnist for News Auto.