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Aspark Owl, the quickest electric hypercar in Geneva


Made in Japan, has 2012 hp accelerates from 0 to 100 in 1.69 seconds (ANSA)

It's called Owl, that is owl, and is the first Japanese hypercar of the present time that aims to conquer another far more important record, that of the fastest electric sports car in the world. Aspark - which operates in the automotive innovation sector and is based in Osaka - designed it to pulverize all previous records: 2012 Hp, four independent high tech engines, acceleration 0-100 in 1.69 seconds and maximum speed above 400 km / h. The construction of the bodywork and chassis was made entirely of top-level carbon fiber-reinforced composite materials and, among other refinements, active aerodynamics and a sophisticated electronic system to manage the torque stand out. well 2000 Nm.

The Owl berlinetta will be on display - after the reveal in 2017 at the Frankfurt Motor Show - in a final version at the Geneva Motor Show, not only to complete reservations for the very limited production planned for this hypercar (price list starting from 2.9 million euros) but also as a 'business card' of the Aspark Group. Founded in October 2005 by Masanori Yoshida, the company deals with engineering and production in the automotive sector and has 25 offices worldwide (Japan, Indonesia, Thailand and Switzerland) with over 3,300 employees generating a turnover of over 160 million dollars.

Source: ansa

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