Dubai showed the most productive serial hypercar in the worldNovember 12, 2019
Japanese company Aspark has demonstrated the final variation of its own hypercap Owl.
The performance of the electric car is 2012 hp, which can make it the most powerful mass road car in the world.
As the company emphasizes, a car can accelerate to the first “hundred” in just 1.69 seconds and accelerate to 450 km / h as much as possible. In an interview with TopGear, Aspark CEO Masanori Yoshida said that since the debut concept presented the year before last, the company has been working to make Owl not just faster, but the fastest.
The final modification of the hypercar is offered for order for 2.9 million euros. The assembly of the model will be handled by the Italian company Manifattura Automobili Torino in Turin, and, as Yoshida notes, commercial vehicles will be ready by the beginning of next year. In total, only 50 units of the model will be released, 15 of which have already been purchased.
Aspark Owl has a power unit, which includes 4 permanent magnet motors and an 800-volt traction battery at 64 kW / h. The total power is 2012 hp and 1475 Nm of torque. The company Aspark did not disclose the supplier of the power unit.
The supercap has got carbon-ceramic brakes with 10-piston calipers at the front and 4-calipers at the rear. The suspension is hydraulic: automatic and manual ride height adjustment in the range of 80 – 160 mm is offered.
The machine has four driving modes: for city, rain / snow, sports and “maximum acceleration”. In addition, the car was equipped with a large set of electronic assistants, climate control, a multimedia system, four screens and a keyless entry function.
In addition, the McLaren P1 GTR hypercar recently went on sale for 3 million pounds. For road use, the model was redone by Lanzante specialists.
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