Check out Japan’s Hypercar That Hits 0-60mph in Under 2 Sec

At the time of launch, it was the fastest accelerating car, not just electric, for the market.

This is the Japanese hypercar that can hit 0 to sixty miles per hour in under two seconds. The beast has 430 horsepower and weighs less than 1,900 pounds.

If you want one, you’ll have to put aside around $5 million.

It is called the Aspark Owl, and its defined as an all-electric battery-powered hypercar.

The Aspark Owl does 0-60mph in under 2 seconds. Image Credit: Aspark
The Aspark Owl does 0-60mph in under 2 seconds. Image Credit: Aspark.

The Aspark Owl was officially unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt Auto Show. With a 0-60 mph acceleration time of under 2 seconds, at the time of launch in 2017, it was the fastest accelerating car, not just electric, for the market.

According to Aspark, they plan to make no more than 50 units.

The company has revealed that despite its incredible speed, its cars are road-legal and are expected to be delivered to customers by 2020.

Its design is as futuristic as it gets.
Its design is as futuristic as it gets. Image Credit: Aspark

According to Aspark’s manufacturer, the vehicle can reach a top speed of 127 miles per hour and when its battery is fully charged, it can drive for nearly 190 miles before needing to ‘refuel’.

“Conventional electric cars are easy to make. But then, where’s the fun in that? The Owl lets drivers experience faster acceleration than anything previously possible.  We can say one thing for sure. We had a blast designing this car. We’re sure you’ll enjoy driving it as much as we enjoy making it. The Owl offers a thrill that only a select few will be able to experience,” released the company in a statement.

The Aspark Owl is a car that is constructed mainly out of carbon fiber, around a spaceframe chassis, with wonder-weave body panels. The hypercar uses magnesium alloy wheels.

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