Aspark Owl the 2 second electric samurai at 0-100 km / h

By:   Fedora Atjeh Fedora Atjeh   |   September 19, 2017
Aspark Owl

At a Frankfurt Motor Show, which is mainly driven by more or less reasonably priced electric cars and alternative propulsion vehicles, it seems that one of those cars called to be the pepper of the future with zero emissions seems to have been overlooked.

Practically unknown to date, the Aswl Owl is a Japanese beast built entirely in carbon fiber that only weighs 860 kg, 100% electric and with a power of 435 hp, the Owl does not need more than 1,300 hp to dazzle and be a whole supercar Hello, NIO EP9!

Promises from Japan with a body of only 100 kg

It is more than an empty model, because underneath its sculptural figure carried out by an extremely sharp, low body with a profile of roller coaster with only 99 cm of height, doors of vertical opening inclined forward and a huge rear spoiler (that there is a little bit of beat in the set), hides a chassis and a platform on which have already conducted driving tests.

In addition to a striking and sober aesthetic of the country of the rising sun, the Aspark Owl arrives with a letter of introduction as striking as it promises. The brand ensures that it is able to stand at 100 km / h from standing in only 2 seconds. If they manage to bring it to production it will become the fastest series car on the planet. More than the Tesla Model S P100D and more than the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.

Aspark Owl

The original Aspark company is dedicated to the production of medical robots and began to become involved in the world of electric vehicles in 2014. The data point to it will be a pure leisure car since to keep its weight to a minimum has been limited autonomy to 150 km between recharges to power the four electric motors of 40 kW capable of generating a total of 435 hp and 800 Nm of torque.

The secret of such a brutal acceleration is in a fairly short final development for the transmission (possibly penalizing the top speed) and very wide wheels to transfer the energy to the ground with 275 mm in the front and 335 mm in the rear.

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