The Greek car enthusiast Spyros Panapoulos has presented a hypercar with the Chaos, but is planning at least three other car concepts.
The Greek Spyros Panopoulos, who has been satisfying the hunger for performance of many motorsport enthusiasts for many years, has just presented his hyper sports car Chaos , which with up to 3,107 hp easily plays in the league of Bugatti and Co.
Apeiron as another sports car
With his company SP Automotive, he has other, more diverse car ideas at the start. It starts with the Apeiron, of which there is nothing more than a shadowy silhouette. It shows a low-slung sports car with a cab set far forward and a long tail. This concept indicates a mid-engine as the drive. With which technology he acts remains in the dark. The SP Automotive website only announces: Coming soon.
Cubicle as a powerful small car
The company becomes a little more specific when it comes to the Cubicle small car. Here, the name speaks for itself. The dwarf comes almost as a cube with wheels pushed far into the corners and a lavishly glazed cabin. The two-seater is powered purely electrically. 220 to 260 hp and 310 Nm of torque are promised. This means that Cubicle can sprint from zero to 100 km/h in 6.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 160 km/h. The drive draws 16 kWh/100 kilometers from a lithium-ion battery of undisclosed size. The range should be 280 to 308 kilometers.
The approximately 1.2-ton Cubicle stands on 20-inch wheels and measures 3.13 meters in length, 1.77 meters in width and 1.68 meters in height. The wheelbase is given as 2.58 meters. SP Automotive still owes further data and information about the Cubicle.
Zion with fuel cell drive
The future model range from SP Automotive will be rounded off with the Zion. It is designed as a five-seater luxury car and is to be powered by a fuel cell drive. As with the other drafts, pithy numbers are also used here. The drive power should be between 680 and 1,750 hp. The maximum speed is given as 250 to 350 km/h. Of course, the Zion is also strong in acceleration. Depending on the engine, the zero-hundred sprint is shaken out of the tires in 1.8 to 3.5 seconds. The information on the range is also impressive. The Zion is supposed to cover no less than 780 to 1,350 kilometers with one hydrogen charge. The dimensions sound like home cooking. The Zion stretches its 22-inch wheels to a wheelbase of 2,298 millimeters. The total length is 5.03 meters. The width is 2.04 meters and the height is 1.35 meters. And as befits an electric car, the Zion is also powerful. The weight is around 2.2 tons. Its operating system relies on augmented reality support and touchpads. As with chaos, a lot of 3D printing technology should be used in production.
Spyros Panopoulos obviously has very broad automotive visions. In addition to his hypercar chaos, he wants to make the world happy with another sports car, a powerful small car and a luxury five-seater with a fuel cell drive. It remains to be seen whether anything will come of this.