It’s a piece of art that stands on the cutting edge of technology. It’s the near-perfect melange of luxury and unmatched technology! A current dazzling headline that’s making heads turn everywhere whether in national media or auto blogs concerns the world’s fastest accelerating EV, the Aspark Owl.
It was around a couple of years back in time that the Aspark Owl, a bit of an oddball name for a hypercar was unveiled in front of the world as a concept car.
But now, at a time that is ideally suited to cars that abide by environmental conservation, in an era that is primed to turn a blind eye on fuel-powered cars, the world’s fastest accelerating car- the Aspark Owl- has undergone production.
Moreover, yet another gem from the stable of Japanese auto-engineering made a bright-eyed debut at the Dubai International Motor show, with specifications that leave little to the imagination in terms of power and speed superiority.
With a 0-100 km/h time of just 1.69 seconds, Aspark claims the Owl is the fastest accelerating car in the world.
The world’s fastest accelerating electric car runs on an enviable top speed of 249 mph. Do the math and you realize that’s an approximate 400 kilometers per hour.
If anyone was wanting to find out what it means to be mindbogglingly quick, then perhaps the Aspark Owl suffices by providing a suitable answer. What’s most interesting is the sheer speed of acceleration.
One can reach around 290 kilometers per hour in no more than 10.6 seconds (or under 11 seconds).
Popular auto journals have elaborated on another interesting facet about the immensely valuable machine:
A centrally mounted 64 kWh lithium-ion battery developed specifically for the owl provides a range of 280 miles based on the NEDC cycle and can be charged in 80 minutes with a 44 kW system.
One reckons, the very fact that no major photos of the internal facets or features of the car have thus far been provided only increase the allure and mystique of this once in a lifetime machine. Special impetus has been given to keep the car body light and hence the car is made of a carbon monocoque structure that weighs approximately 265 pounds and features a carbon fiber body.
To ensure that the car is possessed only by a choicest few, it’s believed that no more than 50 units of the car would undergo production, with the manufacturing process confirmed to take place in Turin, in Italy, in collaboration with Manifattura Automobili Torino.
As for the cost, the world’s fastest accelerating electric car is priced at € 2,900,000 ($3.19 million) roughly about 22 crore rupees, while deliveries will start in Q2 2020.
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