Japanese car manufacturer Aspark has unveiled its new fully electric hypercar to rival other competitors in the automotive industry.
The Owl, which is the company’s first project, includes an automatically extending spoiler, digital cameras integrated into the wing mirrors and an interior that sees controls and switches embedded into the ceiling.
The company has put it all on the line when it comes to the cars’ performance specs, claiming a top speed of 249mph, and a run from a stop to 186 mph requires a mere 10.6 seconds. With the ability to hit 60mph in just 1.69 seconds, it is the quickest in the world. Electric cars are known to weigh more than your average gas-powered vehicle thanks to their hefty battery packs, but this is not the case with the Owl. There is a 64kWh lithium ion battery, which is of a much smaller capacity than those in competing models with the aim of reducing the overall weight. To read the full article click here.
£2.7m / € 3.07m / $3.36m