This year's Geneva Motor Show, will host the world premiere of the new C-Class in Saloon and Estate guise with new petrol and diesel engines...
Rookie in a supercar world
When it comes to supercars, we don’t get to see many novelties and new brands these days…
It’s a highly competitive world, which has no room for those rookies who are not ready for the competition of their life. But, in spite of all that, Aspark company has appeared and conquered the market like a storm, in an effort to establish Japan on the supercar world map with their model Owl, which basically is a completely electric supercar, which is supposed to have the fastest acceleration in the world, if the company’s claims are true.
With 1.000 HP at disposal, Aspark Owl will be strong and powerful, achieving 60 mph for just two seconds. For example, Porsche 918 Spyder is currently the fastest production car with an independent time of 2.2 seconds, and this Japanese beast has the urge to beat their record and be even faster.
Unfortunately we currently don’t have any tech specs about this model’s powertrain, but we can safely assume that all four wheels will get an abundance of power. As we previously mentioned, this car will have 1.000 HP, which only means that it will also need some really good tires.
Early renderings of this vehicle show us its carbon body work, futuristic headlights and a huge rear wing. Since this is still a work in progress, we believe that its exterior lines will additionally evolve, for the better of course. If we take in consideration everything said till now, we know that this car will also have a high price.
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