Reaching 0-60mph in 1.69 seconds, this is the fastest accelerating vehicle in the world
The first hypercar of the Aspark Manufacturer was declared the fastest car in the world.
Originally Owl 1985bhp was unveiled as a concept at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. With an automatically expanding spoiler design, the vehicle adds to its appeal. In addition, it is equipped with a digital camera integrated into the wing mirrors and the interior redesign sees the controls and switches moved to the ceiling.
This week, the 1985bhp Owl made its public appearance in Dubai. The car can reach 0-60mph in 1.69 seconds – or about 0.6 seconds faster than the Tesla Model S P100D. This rapid acceleration is delivered by four permanent magnet motors, which generate approximately 1475lb ft of torque.
Compared with competing electric ultrasound from Rivian and Lotus, 64kWh lithium ion battery has a much smaller capacity. The aim is to reducing weight. Contributing to that weight reduction, the car’s frame is made from carbon fiber, which contributes to a dry weight of 1900kg.
Although acceleration and a theoretical top speed of 249mph are the Owl’s main selling points. So, the hypercar is still claimed to be capable of 280 miles of range.
If you want to own the fastest accelerating vehicle in the world, you can quickly order because Aspark only produces 50 cars worldwide. The first deliveries begin in mid 2020. Prices for the Owl will start from just under £2.5 million.Production is due to take place in Italy, in collaboration with Manifattura Automobili Torino.