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The fastest accelerating car in the world

The first Japanese full-electric hypercar
Body, chassis and much of the components entirely made by top-level carbon fiber materials, extremely powerful four electric motors, a unique torque vectoring system, an exclusive battery system, and handmade premium interior. The full-electric hypercar Owl is a compendium of state-of-the-art technology, design and functionality, mixed with a genuine passion for beauty.
0-60 mph in 1.69 seconds
The most astonishing performance is the acceleration: from 0 to 60 mph in 1.69 seconds*. With 4 PMSM that produce 2012 horsepower (1480 kW), the Owl has a unique battery pack for a range of up to 450 km. Top speed is 400 km/h.
The Owl has a height of 99 cm: probably the lowest road legal electric hypercar in the world.
Great performances but never shouty
An hypercar with great performances but never shouty or edgy, capable to convey femininity and luxury feel. In the exterior the volumes are soft, crossed with tension. Two external mirrors that perfectly mix with the charm of the car. The shape of side glass is more functional for the driver. The spoiler can operate automatically or manually.
A modern concept of luxury
The interior of the car evokes a modern concept of luxury. Every single element seems to be floaty and light but at the same time strongly dynamic. Elegant lines run along the driver and passenger sides to match with the exterior. Switches now are on the ceiling: it seems to sit inside a cockpit.

Electric system

    • Battery type Lithium ion
    • Capacity 64 kWh
    • Battery power 1300 kW
    • Voltage 800 VDC
    • Charging (44 kW) 80 minutes

Performance and technical specifications

Weight & Dimensions

Length: 4791 mm

Width: 1935 mm

Height: 993 mm (910 + Ride Height)

Wheelbase: 2750 mm

Vehicle Performance

Acceleration Performances (Road Legal Tyre)

0-60 mph*: 1.69 seconds - *one foot rollout

0-300 km/h*: 10.6 seconds - *one foot rollout

Max Speed: 400 km/h (248.55 mph)

Drive Range: 450 km (280 miles - NEDC)

Electric system

Battery type: Lithium ion

Capacity: 64 kWh

Battery Power: 1300 kW

Voltage: 800 Vdc

Charging (44 kW): 80 minutes

Chassis

Carbon Monocoque: Single Carbon Piece

Unique Driving Position

Honeycomb Structure

Centrally mounted unique battery pack

Braking

Front & Rear Carbon Ceramic Discs

Brake Caliper Front: 10 Pistons

Brake Caliper Rear: 4 Pistons

Suspension

Hydraulic

Double Wishbone Front & Rear Axles

Automatic and Manual Ride Height Control

Body

Falcon Wing Doors

Two Seater

Left Hand Drive

Body: Full Carbon Fibre

Dry Weight: 1900 kg

Ground Clearance: Low, Standard, High (80 - 160 mm)

Luggage capacity: 50 litres (850 x 530 x 130 mm)

Driver Aids

Four Drive Modes: sport-dynamic, rain-snow, city-comfort, high boost

0-100 km/h Accelerating Record Setting

All Wheel Torque Vectoring System

Aerodynamics

Active Aerodynamic

Moveable Rear Wing

Low Drag Configuration

Ride Height Adjustment

Powertrain Data

Most Powerful E-Motors Ever Made

Four Wheel Drive

Zero Emission

Vehicle Control Units (VCU)

Motors: 4 PMSM

Total Power: 2012 bhp (1480 kW)

Torque: 2000 Nm

Wheels & Tyres

Optimized for Fastest Acceleration

Front: 265/35 ZR20 Michelin Pilot Sport CUP2-R and/or Pirelli 265/35ZR20 XL P ZERO

Rear: 325/30 ZR21 Michelin Pilot Sport CUP2-R and/or Pirelli 325/30ZR21 XL P ZERO

Rim Size Front: 9.5x20

Rim Size Rear: 11.5x21

Safety Devices

ABS (Antilock Braking System)

TCS (Traction Control System)

ESP (Electronic Stability System)

HBS (Hydraulic Braking System)

BMS (Battery Monitoring System)

TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System)

ESS (Emergency Stop Signal)

Steering Assistance

Equipment

LED rear taillights

Rear Camera Mirror System (CMS)

USB connections/ Radio/Navigator/Media/Vehicle setting utilising latest phone connectivity technology

Climate control system with Heating & Air conditioning

Four interior Display Screens

Super Luxury Interior Ambient Lighting System

Customizable Dashboard Colors for Each Drive Mode

Switches on Ceiling (Cockpit Style)

Keyless System

 

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