Enthusiasts Check Out This New Japanese Electric Supercar

21:30  09 september  2017
21:30  09 september  2017 Source:   Road & Track

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This Japanese Electric Supercar Promises to Be the Quickest Road Car to 60 MPH Ever. Aspark, a relatively new company out of Japan , is unveiling its first planned production car at the Frankfurt Motor Show next week, dubbed the Owl.

Japan ’s Aspark, has similar aspirations for EVs with a forthcoming reveal of its new supercar , and the bizarrely named Owl. This electric supercar has been in development since 2014, will make its world debut at a Crazy!! Be sure to check the out next video below. NEXT PAGE Next Page

This Japanese Electric Supercar Promises to Be the Quickest Road Car to 60 MPH Ever © Aspark This Japanese Electric Supercar Promises to Be the Quickest Road Car to 60 MPH Ever

Aspark, a relatively new company out of Japan, is unveiling its first planned production car at the Frankfurt Motor Show next week, dubbed the Owl. It's an all-electric carbon-bodied supercar the company promises will go from 0-60 in under two seconds, which would make it the quickest production car ever to do so.

  Check Out This New Japanese Electric Supercar © Aspark

New supercar companies pop up all the time with neat designs and ambition, but most of them fail to ever reach production. Details on the Owl besides its 0-60 performance aren't clear, but it seems Aspark might be farther along into development than we think, meaning this car could actually become a reality.

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A video shot by Japanese site Gigazine shows a stripped-down test mule of the Owl doing short acceleration runs in an empty parking lot. From the video we can see the car definitely has front axles, meaning it has all-wheel drive. Also, it's using racing slicks rather than normal road tires, and has essentially no body. But other than that, we can't deduce much. Hey, it's a running, driving car, right? That's farther than most companies get.

  Check Out This New Japanese Electric Supercar © Aspark

Though details are pretty hazy on the Owl right now, we're sure a lot more info will be made clear once Frankfurt rolls around. Stay tuned.

  Check Out This New Japanese Electric Supercar © Aspark

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