Korres Supercar Made in Greece



    tromaktiko5624When people think of super cars, it’s the likes of the Corvette Sting Ray, Ferrarri, Lamborgini and Bugatti, but now a Greek auto designer says his car can run with any of them.

    Inventor Dimitris Korres’ car that bears his name, the Korrest Project 4 was shown off earlier this summer at the 2nd Tatoi Cirquit in Greece on June 16th.

    The vehicle is powered by a 7.0-liter naturally-aspirated engine developing 505 horsepower and can go from 0-100 kilometers per hour in 3.8 seconds and has a top speed of 186 miles per hour.

    The concept car is 12.8 feet long, 6.43 feet wide, 4.1 feet high, and has an 8.39 foot wheelbase. It tips the scales at 3,527 lbs (1,600 kg) and comes with an adjustable suspension which can raise the ride height by 1.31 feet. Aesthetically, it has a smooth but aggressive look.


    7 COMMENTS

    1. This guy just took parts from different cars and combined them. He’s using a corvette engineer and parts from a Citreon. I don’t even think the first car is even completed. All I have seen are just photoshop pictures and the actual car looks like the body is half completed. This thing is light years away from being ready to take orders on.

    2. I will be impressed when it hits market and there is a factory in Greece building a luxury car sold world wide. Till then good luck to the creator and the car design.

    3. Yup, it looks like an expensive off road dune car. The bottom picture is a photoshop. He still hasn’t made a complete car yet. This article title is misleading.

    4. It is not uncommon for a specialty car to use a big manufacturer’s Engine. The GM engines have been used in lots of sports cars outside of GM.

    5. You’ve no idea what you’re talking about, you’re totally ignorant. Type “korres project 4” on Youtube and do actually devote some time in watching all the videos you’ll find on it (even the ones with “p3” -the previous protoype- in their title). Then come back to this page and admit how terribly wrong you’ve been in your bitter comments. And no, it isn’t an “off road dune car”; it’s an all-terrain (incl. race track) car unlike any other in the world. And have you seen it climb a steep staircase of 193 steps? (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v94yzr3rDB8)