Aspark boss Masanori Yoshida told Top Gear that the company has worked tirelessly on this machine in recent years to make it the fastest-selling passenger car in the world.
The model is priced at € 2.9 million and is initially made for only 50 units. The machines are built by the Italian company MAT and are manufactured in Turin. All cars should be ready by the second quarter of next year.
Owl's total horsepower will be 2012 horsepower (1480 kilowatts), top speed should reach 400 MPH, and aspark says a maximum of 450 kilometers per charge (the more aggressively traveled the machine, of course, the longer the trip).
From zero to 100, the Owl should move in a record 1.69 seconds and weighs (without any added fluid such as brake fluid, coolant, etc.) 1900 kilograms. The car is driven by four electric motors and a 64 kWh lithium-ion battery with a total capacity of 1300 kilowatts and charging time of approximately 80 minutes.