After years of teasers and speculations, Aspark Owl is finally here. This electric hypercar claims to be quickest in the world in terms of 0-60mph acceleration time as it takes just 1.69 seconds. Aspark Owl comprise of four electric motors and gives a combined output of 1,985 hp and 2,000 Nm of torque. Aspark also claims world-beating performance specs that includes a top speed of 249 mph and takes just 10.6 seconds to reach 186mph from stagnant position. Electric motors are supported by 64-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery that claims to give a driving range of 280 miles on NEDC test. Aspark further said that a larger battery could be available in future.
Body of Aspark Owl features a mix of taut creases and smooth curves. Entire panels are carbon fiber reinforced plastic except for the stainless-steel frame in the roof for additional support. Height of the Japanese electric supercar is just 99 centimeters. Underneath the skin lies a carbon fiber monocoque that has a weight of just 265 pounds. At each corner, Aspark Owl has a double wishbone suspension. Hydraulic dampers offer three modes that ranges between 3.15 inches and 6.299 inches of ground clearance.
To control excessive power and slow down the vehicle, Aspark Owl uses carbon-cramic brake discs with 10-piston calipers at the front and 4-piston stoppers at the back. Aspark is yet to reveal interior image of the Owl supercar, but it comprises of four displays on the inside. Two of them acts as screens for rear facing cameras that is incorporated into the side mirrors. Only 50 units of Owl supercar will be made and each of them is priced at €2.9 million. Deliveries of the supercar is expected to begin from second quarter of 2020.