After multiple displays in Motor shows and performance tests at racing tracks including Nürburgring. Aspark Owl, the Japanese all-electric hypercar is finally here and the car is so fast that it claims to be the fastest in the world with it’s ability to run from 0-60 miles per hour (96 KPH) in just 1.69 seconds thanks to the four electric motors in the car which generates a total of 1,985 horsepower (1,480 kilowatts) and 1,475 pound-feet (2,000 Newton-meters) of torque.
Aspark owl comes in with super specifications which makes the car perform a top speed of 249 mph (400 kph) and it can accelerate from 0-186 miles per hour (300 KPH) in just 10.6 seconds.
It includes a 64-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery that provides a claimed range of 280 miles (450 kilometers) in the NEDC test, also company confirms that a larger battery could be added to the vehicle in the future.
To control the hypercar it features Carbon-ceramic brake discs with 10-piston calipers in front and 4-piston stoppers at the back
According to the company Aspark Owl’s exterior is made to portray a feminine appearance and all the panels of the car are made of carbon fiber reinforced plastic, except for a stainless steel frame in the roof for extra support. Aspark has not provided much details of the interior of the car but it features four displays on the inside, and two of them function as screens for the rear-facing cameras that incorporate into the side mirrors.
Aspark will produce only 50 of the Owl which is priced €2.9 million ($3.2 million or Rs. 22.9 crore). The company intends to start deliveries of the car in the second quarter of 2020.