Today the hypercar company out of Japan, Aspark, released the final specifications of their upcoming first model. It’s called the Owl, and only 50 will be made.
As seemingly every car company with the available funding is dipping their toes into the electric hypercar segment, it is becoming increasingly hard to stand out. But Aspark has found a way with the Owl. Today the company released the final set of specifications for the Owl and there aren’t enough adjectives to describe the insanity of this machine.
As stated before, the Aspark Owl will be an all-electric hypercar with electric motors at each wheel with a total power output of 1984 horsepower along with 1475 lb-ft of torque. Under the Owl is a 64 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, giving a range of up to 280 miles. Craziest of all is its claimed 0-60 time of 1.69 seconds. Yeah, you read that right, this hypercar can hit 60 on the speedometer fast than some Ferraris could hit 30.
The Owl also has your typical 21st century hypercar makeup: carbon fiber monocoque chassis along with carbon fiber body panels. The Owl is less than a meter tall which helps decrease drag to reach a top speed of 249 mph. Aspark also proudly boasts that the Owl is “probably the lowest road legal electric hypercar in the world.” A stat that nobody was tracking, but good for them anyways.
Aspark has also said that the Owl will contain carbon ceramic brakes on the front and rear, 10 pistons on the front calipers and 4 pistons on the rear ones. For suspension the Owl will have hydraulic suspension that can be manually adjusted to change ride height which can range from 80 to 160 mm. Aspark also released the luggage capacity of their out-of-world hypercar, which is 50 litters for those just dying to know.
Production is capped at just 50 examples for the entire world, but Aspark is planning on making more equally insane hypercars to join the Owl in their model lineup. For the Owl, Aspark is asking for a cool $3.2 million—enough money to start your own car company—and deliveries will begin next year.