The robot introduced the new Aspark Owl hypercar on stageNovember 25, 2019
The Japanese automaker decided to bring the famous Titan the Robot to the hypercar presentation.
In an effort to make a splash at the global presentation of the Aspark Owl in Dubai, the company decided to use the famous Titan the Robot. Recall that this robot was introduced back in 2004 at the Glastonbury exhibition in the UK. Over the past 15 years, he has attended many events around the world.
For the presentation of Owl, the robot went on stage and for some time communicated with the public. Unfortunately, Titan the Robot did not personally remove the cover from the hypercar, several assistants came to his aid.
The hypercar affects no less than the robot itself. The power plant of the car has a return of 1,984 hp. with a torque of approximately 2000 Nm. These impressive performance allows the Aspark Owl to accelerate to 96 km / h in an incredible 1.69 seconds. The maximum speed of the novelty is 400 km / h, and on one charge a hypercar is able to go up to 450 kilometers.
The final version of the hypercar has large external differences from the concept presented in 2017. The car received an active rear wing, which opens at a speed of about 150 km / h.
Standard equipment includes LED optics, satellite navigation systems, climate control, tire pressure monitoring system, ESP, ABS, TCS, steering assistance and much more.
ASP Executive Director Masanori Yoshida said: “We were the first company to introduce the concept of an all-electric hypercar back in 2017.” He also added: “We will be the first to deliver a full electric hypercar to customers in the second quarter of 2020. And I’m really proud of it. ”
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