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Fastest car in the world now on sale: from 0 to 100 km/h in 1.9 seconds

The absurd sprint time is just one of the many special features of the Japanese sports car Aspark Owl. If you want to buy the 2000 hp sports car, you have to pay 2.9 million euros.

The Japanese super sports car is completely electric with a 2012 hp powertrain. The torque is no less than 2,000 Newton meters, the top speed is 400 km/h, and the range is 450 kilometers.

All this is packed in the lowest sports car ever, because the roof of the car, with a height of 99 centimeters, hardly rises above the crotch of the average European.

The Aspark Owl is the fastest car in the world in the sprint from 0-100 km / h, but there are cars with an even higher top speed than the 400 km / h of this Japanese.
©Aspark – The Aspark Owl is the fastest car in the world in the sprint from 0-100 km / h, but there are cars with an even higher top speed than the 400 km/h of this Japanese.

The Aspark Owl weighs 1,900 kilos, which is relatively light for an electric car with that much power. The cause is the carbon fiber monocoque of only 120 kilos. The bodywork weighs only 180 kilograms.

The car will be delivered to customers shortly. If you want to see the car in real life, you can visit Salon Prive in Woodstock next week. Only 50 copies are currently being made.

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