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November 14, 2019 03:05 PM

Gallery: Production version of the Aspark Owl electric hypercar revealed

The Aspark Owl rockets to 60 mph in as little as 1.69 seconds, so make sure you’re wearing a neck brace.

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The Aspark Owl’s so-called falcon doors (why not owl doors?) aren’t just there to look cool: They’re to help you get into the 39-inch tall car.

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The Owl is equipped with 20-inch wheels in the front, and 21-inch wheels in the rear.

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This is about as subtle as the Owl gets. There’s a massive pop-up spoiler tucked away in the rear, hidden from sight.

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To help make the Owl a reality, Aspark partnered with Italy’s Manifattura Automobili Torino, or MAT.

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MAT brought its systems engineering and composite construction expertise to the project, which helped make the Owl something other than hypercar vaporware.

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Aspark says it will build 50 examples of the Owl.

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The price tag for the Owl works out to about $3,200,000.

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To justify its sky-high price, Aspark is promising incredible performance: 0-60 mph in 1.69 seconds, with a 248.55 mph top speed.

Aspark, an upstart Japanese hypercar company, has unveiled production images of its first offering: the Owl. The Owl is built in Italy and features a four-motor all-wheel drive electric powertrain.

Source:https://autoweek.com/gallery/car-news/gallery-production-version-aspark-owl-electric-hypercar-revealed

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