Aspark Owl Electric Hypercar Sets 2 New Speed Records And Nearly Averages 200 MPH In Quarter Mile

Aspark Owl electric hypercar

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It has been a huge month for speed records in the automotive world. The Rimac Nevera supercar set a mind-bending 23 speed records including going 0-to-100 MPH in just 3.23 seconds en route to becoming the fastest street legal production car ever.

Now the Aspark Owl, an electric hypercar, has smashed two speed world records.

The first record broken by the Aspark Owl was Average Speed Over A Quarter Mile at 198.12 mph / 318.85 km/h. And the second speed record broken by this incredible EV was Average Speed Over An Eighth Mile at 192.03 mph / 309.02 km/h.

British media outlet Reuters has footage of the Aspark Owl smashing records on the track. The car is moving so fast it actually sounds like a fighter jet:

Aspark Owl Electric Hypercar Specs: Speeds, Design, Price Tag

While it’s not a world record, the Aspark Owl accelerates from 0-to-60 MPH in just 1.72 seconds, according to the Aspark website. This incredible EV hypercar puts out 1,980 horsepower and has a recorded top speed of 256 MPH (413 km/h).

The Aspark Owl’s body was designed with continuous curves in mind for perfect aerodynamics. It has an ultra-low profile of just 910mm making it difficult to navigate city streets but not impossible.

Inside, the cockpit of the Aspark Owl features all of the most ‘state-of-the-art instrumentation’ along with features designed by hand-picked artisans.

When the Aspark Owl isn’t smashing speed records it’s pushing price tag limits. It is priced at a whopping $4.2 million, making it one of the most expensive cars on planet earth.

Less than two weeks ago the Rimac Nevera wowed the automotive world. 23 speed records were broken:

It’s amazing to think where the automotive world will be in 10 years.