World's Fastest EV Aspark Owl unveiled at Dubai with Staggering 1,985 HP
The Japanese car manufacture Aspark after years of teasing the owl is finally here, it claims to be quickest in the world. 0-60 in 1.69 seconds.Thanks to the four electric motors making a total output of 1,985 horsepower(1,480 kilowatts) and 1,475 pound-feet of torque. The claimed top speed of 249 mph(400 kph) and a run from a stop to 186 mph(300 kph) requires a mere 10.6 seconds.It packs 64 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery that provides a claimed range of of 280 miles. The company promises for larger battery in future. The body features mix of taut creases and smooth curves. All panels are carbon fiber reinforced plastic,expect for stainless steel frame in the roof for extra support. The total height is 99 centimeters(38.9764 inches) Underneath the skin there's a carbon monocoque which weighs 265 pounds(120 kilograms). It rides on double wishbone suspension at each corner. The hydraulic dampers have three modes that offer between 3.15 inches and 6.229 inches of clearance.Carbon ceramic brake discs and 10 piston calipers in front and 4 piston stoppers at the back to slow the hypercar. Aspark will make only 50 examples owl at $3.2 million(2.9 million euros).Company intends to start deliveries in second quarter of 2020. The interior of the car evokes a modern concept of luxury. Every single element seems to be floaty and light but at the same time strongly dynamic. Elegant lines run along the driver and passenger sides to match with the exterior. Switches now are on the ceiling: it seems to sit inside a cockpit.