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Aspark Owl: Every inch of this EV hypercar screams “exotic”

Aspark, a Japanese company increasingly recognized for its excellence in hypercar manufacturing, has opened orders for its first car — and the company is aiming for the pinnacle with its ambitious debut model. It won’t be easy to locate an Owl and purchase it, since only 50 will be built (20 for Asia, 20 for Europe, and 10 for North America). Yet, one of the first Aspark Owl examples is up for sale on JamesEdition by France-based Absolut Cars Consulting. Aspark Owl’s 0-60 acceleration and top speed The all-electric hypercar is already known to be the fastest accelerating production vehicle in the world. Although the car is not lightweight at 4189 lb. (1900 kg), despite all the carbon fiber, the sheer power and torque from the electric motors are enough to give the Aspark Owl acceleration figures higher than those of any other production car today. Aspark Owl listing: price, top speed, 0-60 acceleration. For sale in France by official dealer. Aspark Owl spec's: 0-60 mph (0-100 kmh), test drive and wiki data. Each Aspark Owl is configurable to the buyer’s tastes. For sale by Absolut Cars Consulting View Listing Evidence for the Aspark Owl’s 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) acceleration suggests that it has stopped the clock on the 0-60 mph at 1.72 seconds in Misano circuit (one foot roll out). Recent tests indicate that the car’s top speed is an astonishing 249 mph (400 km/h). So, what lies at the core of the Aspark Owl’s outstanding performance? The hypercar’s powertrain is comprised of four electric motors hooked up to what Aspark states is a unique torque-vectoring system, along with a 69-kWh lithium-ion battery back that was designed specifically for the Owl and is centrally mounted as an integral part of the chassis. A battery monitoring system automatically protects the battery pack from overcharging, over-discharging, and overheating. Recent tests have shown that the hypercar’s drivetime is 280 miles (450 kilometers). While not particularly far, it’s more than enough for a day trip, and the batteries can fully charge in about 80 minutes. The electric motors drive all four wheels in the Owl with power figures of 2,012 horsepower.

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