The electric Japanese is faster than Nevera, and now he has broken two records

Aspark Owl

It is stronger and more expensive than Rimac Nevera, but it is also faster

The car comes from Japan, and we reported on it back in 2019, when the Japanese manufacturer announced that it had a hypersport electric car with the best acceleration in the world. Not only does it accelerate better than all octane rivals, but it is also faster than Rimac Nevera.

Then he announced that he could reach 60 mph (96 km/h) in less than the achieved 1.72 seconds, and even in less than 1.7 seconds. In the meantime, a lot has changed, and after the premiere in Dubai, the car has now arrived in Great Britain. On the Island, he managed to break two records, perhaps a little unusual, but very impressive.

It’s quarter-mile acceleration, and street racing connoisseurs know that low double-digits and top speeds of up to 200 km/h sound impressive.

Well, the Japanese Aspark Owl covers a quarter of a mile (402 m) with an average speed of 322 km/h. Exactly, at an average speed. He tried driving the Owl for just an eighth of a mile, and ended up with an equally impressive average of 309 km/h, he writes

Now you understand how little it takes for this car to reach a maximum speed of 400 km/h. Although Rimac with Nevera broke 23 records, and Aspark “only” two, these have a special weight – they were confirmed by Guinness, and they were achieved on the Elvington track.

As a reminder, the Aspark Owl has four electric motors, with 2012 HP and 2000 Nm. And while it rivals Nevera in power, the battery is almost twice as small with a capacity of 64 kWh. According to NEDC, it has a range of 450 km.

The production of only 50 copies is planned, and the starting price is 2.9 million euros.


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