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Updated: Sep 9, 2023

Japanese electronic carmaker Aspark is celebrating after its production vehicle broke two speed records, reaching speeds of nearly 200 mph.

Design Evolves into Art

A hypercar form to take the world’s breadth away. Beauty created as though an art piece.

When Aspark first approached us, they had a clear goal in mind: to create the fastest accelerating car in the world. They wanted us to help them develop an electric vehicle capable of going from 0 to 60 mph in less than 2 seconds. We were more than eager to take on such a challenge.

One of the aforementioned parts we developed exclusively for the Owl project is the Advanced Electronic Launch Control, or AELC for short. We also created all the software in-house. This allowed for complete control of the vehicle’s overall management, acceleration and torque vectoring, which is essential for its unparalleled stability and responsiveness.

The Owl boasts 4 electric motors that produce a total of 1480 kW with a 2012 horsepower, producing twice as much power as Formula 1 cars.

Although working with groundbreaking technologies and trying to integrate them into functioning machinery can prove difficult, we manage to finish the first units in just 18 months.

Once the first prototypes were ready for testing, the outcome certainly did not disappoint. The Owl can go from 0 to 60 mph in 1.72 seconds, making it the fastest electric hypercar in the world. To put it in perspective, that is faster than a Soyuz space shuttle and a F-22 fighter jet. With a top speed of 400 km/h, a 450 kilometers battery pack range and a total height of 99 cm, it certainly is a sight to behold.

After its unveiling to the world in Dubai in November 2019, Aspark and M.A.T. immediately got to work to launch a limited series of 50 units. As of September 2020, the Aspark Owl limited series is available for purchase.

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