Aspark has announced the production version of the fastest accelerating car in the world will make its debut in Dubai. The car is called the Owl, and it will debut at the Dubai Motor Show. The Owl is the first Japanese fully-electric hypercar.
The vehicle uses four PMSM electric motors to make a total of 2012hp or 1280 kW. The car has a unique design that is meant to be based on elegance, beauty, and femininity. The vehicle was designed to meet the requirement of worldwide homologation.
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