Aspark, a company involved in personnel dispatch and OEM, announced that they would be giving the world its first look at what hopes to be the world’s fastest electric car, the Owl, at their booth at the Frankfurt Motor Show starting September 12.
The most important feature of the Owl is its overwhelming speed. Using lightweight materials for its construction such as a full carbon body and forged magnesium wheels, the car apparently can do 0 to 100 km/h in under two seconds, making the car, which is under development a runner for the fastest passenger cars in the world.
The car comes in a 990 mm at its tallest, the design making for quite the low view point when driving and one that will also give the driver a special sense of acceleration when driving it.
Details on the Owl are set to be released at a press conference that will be held at Aspark’s booth on September 12. The company also plans to have a special exhibition space during the course of the motor show where, using the latest in 3D technology, allows people to simulate the feeling of acceleration in the car.
Written by Toshiya Kouketsu @ DAYS
(Translated by Bryce Clarke)