We saw the production-spec of the Aspark Owl electric hypercar last year and now they are ready for the market as production on the 50 units begins.
Yoshida did not confirm which class of the lap record they were after but we can assume the overall record of the Porsche 919 Evo is not the target.
While talking to TopGear, the Aspark boss Masanori Yoshida said since the car’s initial launch in 2017, the company has been diligently working away to make it not just faster, but the fastest.
Aspark plans to produce only 50 examples of the Owl.
You have to part with $1.15-million (approx. R17-million) just to secure your order.
The car weighs less than 860 kg’s.
It is dubbed the Owl and it allegedly deals with the 0 to 100 km/h sprint in under 2 seconds.