Korres Project 4: The Greek Supercar With A Corvette Heart

Have you ever wondered why Greece isn't represented in the world of supercar manufacturers? Me neither. But to answer a question that technically does not have an answer, a company called Korres has announced the Project 4 and here it is, announced on a Greek website.

Maybe it's because the Korres' engine is the same 7.0-liter V8 out of a Chevrolet Corvette Z06, but I definitely get the sense designer Dimitris Korres – a Greek architect who thinks his country should have a supercar – here was channeling something like a C3 'Vette. It's not exactly modern-looking, but I guess it's classically aggressive.

It should be quick, though, given Korres says the Z06's engine should move the Greek car to a top speed of 186 mph and 0-100 km/h in 3.8 seconds. Weighing in at about 3,500 lbs. and being smaller than the American helps. It's also supposed to come with this modern thing called adaptive suspension.

No word on stuff like price, distribution or if having a Greek flag painted on it is a no-cost option.