The Japanese company Aspark has long been announcing the Owl e-sports car as "the fastest car in the world". Of course, that's not true, because when it does, the Aspark Owl is only the fastest car in the world to reach 100km/h. The electric sports car should make it from 0 to 100 km / h in 1.72 seconds - however, this was after a rolling start, not from a standing start.

The planned delivery of the first model is planned for the second quarter of 2020. The Aspark Owl e-sports car is now available with a limited series of 50 cars, 20 of which are to be sold in Europe, 20 in the Middle East or Asia and 10 in North America. Most probably, a large number of these electric-sports car will disappear in collector garages, from which the car will almost never leave.

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Technical Specifications:

- four electric motors that rotate up to 15,000 RPM

- 1984 Hp (1480Kw)

- 2,000 Newton meters

- top speed: 400 km / h

- autonomy: 450 km

- 64kWh lithium battery

- 0 to 300 km / h in just 10.4 seconds

- weight: less than 900 kilograms

The Aspark Owl has a unit price of around 2,9 million euros. At this price tag, the Owl super sports car will probably not be sold out before the actual production starts.

The Aspark Owl can be reserved for the price of a normal sports car, 50,000 euros right here asparkcompany.



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