The· Aspark Owl First introduced over 3 years ago At the Frankfurt Motor Show.. Since Japan’s hypercars are all-electric, development continued for the next two years until their official debut in late 2019, promising tremendous acceleration and zero emissions. Earlier this week, the company announced that the car would be officially sold in North America, and the new Japanese showroom in Osaka was also open to the public.
The news came after the company completed an initial period of direct sales with top European and North American retailers earlier this month. In the coming weeks, we will be adding new dealers in Europe and the Middle East. Aspark plans to allocate 20 units to Europe, 20 units to the Middle East and Asia, leave 10 units in the North American market, and produce only 50 examples of hypercars.
According to the company, the car can reach a speed of 60 mph (96 km / h) in 1.72 seconds and a top speed of 249 mph (450 km). Sprinting up to 189 mph (300 kph) takes 10.6 seconds. Aspark uses a 64kWh lithium-ion battery, which is said to provide a range of 280 miles (450 km). The four electric motors produce a total of 1,985 horsepower (1,475 kilowatts) and 1,475 pound-foot (2,000 newton meters) of torque.
Owls are well-shaped vehicles with dramatic curves and sharp creases. It also sits low on the ground at a height of only 38.97 inches (99 centimeters). Aspark uses carbon fiber reinforced plastic to reduce weight and increase body stiffness. Below the stylish body is a carbon fiber monocoque. The hydraulic damper helps to provide a minimum ground clearance of 6.299 inches (160 mm). The starting price of the owl is 2.9 million euros ($ 3.56 million at the current exchange rate).
Aspark Owl All-Electric Hypercar finally launched in North America
https://www.motor1.com/news/463727/aspark-owl-sale-north-america/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=RSS-all-articles Aspark Owl All-Electric Hypercar finally launched in North America