Boasting a total of 1480kW from its four motors, the Japanese hypercar can reportedly hit 60mph (97km/h) in 1.69 seconds.
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The production version of the Aspark Owl made its debut at the 2019 Dubai motor show this week.

With four electric motors, the Aspark Owl has a total of 1480kW of power and 2000Nm of torque.

Using road-legal tyres, the startup automaker says the hypercar can accelerate from 0-60mph (0-97km/h) in 1.69 seconds and hit 300km/h in 10.6s, while top speed is claimed to be 400km/h.

Equipped with a 64kW lithium-ion battery pack, the Owl is said to have a driving range of 400km using the generous NEDC testing cycle.

Made from carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) and fitted with standard carbon ceramic disc brakes, the Owl has a dry weight of 1900kg.

While the concept revealed at the 2017 Frankfurt motor show had a large fixed rear wing, the production Owl features an active spoiler which pops up at 150km/h and retracts back at 100km/h.

Other changes include more functional side windows, wing mirrors, and numerous design modifications to meet performance targets and global regulations.

With a height of just 993mm, buyers may need a few extra yoga sessions in order to comfortably enter and exit the vehicle.

Just 50 Owl coupes will be made by Manifattura Automobili Torino in Italy. Pricing starts from €2.9 million ($4.7 million), and all vehicles are fully customisable.

Customer deliveries are scheduled to begin during the second quarter of 2020.