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39 minutes ago, Bezerker101 said:

1939 " Behemoth" Snow Cruiser" 

 

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Quite the strange story and history pictured there.

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15 minutes ago, Bezerker101 said:

 

I want one

It was abandoned in an Antarctic ice cave, go get it...free

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3 minutes ago, Bwana said:

It was abandoned in an Antarctic ice cave, go get it...free

 

no problem .. just need a little gas money  🙃

 

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@Bezerker101

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Aspark, a Japanese engineering company you’ve maybe heard about, has just revealed the final production version of its Owl hypercar. There are two numbers to focus your attention on, one big, one small. Big? The road-going electric hypercar boasts a Lotus Evija-beating 2,012bhp, making it - we think - the world’s most powerful production road car.

The small number? Aspark reckons it’ll do 0-60mph in just 1.69s. You’re staring at the very shiny end of one of the world’s very fastest accelerating cars, if not the fastest.

Shall we talk about the performance? Let’s talk about the performance. There’s a four-motor setup with a 64kWh lithium-ion battery pack. Total power sits at 2,012bhp and 1,475lb ft of torque – more than the Lotus Evija and Pininfarina Battista/Rimac C_Two. Aspark told us this drivetrain is sourced from an external supplier, but wouldn’t comment on exactly who built it.

Regardless of where it comes from, it now resides inside a single-piece carbon monocoque chassis, and is able to power the Owl from 0-60mph in 1.69s (0-62mph in 1.9s), 0-186mph in 10.6s and top out at a limited 248.55mph. There’s a quoted range of 280 miles on a single charge, but as ever with this stuff, expect that to drop if you decide on driving everywhere like it’s on fire.

 

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On 11/11/2019 at 8:14 AM, Bwana said:

Quite the strange story and history pictured there.

 

 

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watched MSG car show earlier, ..2021 electric Mustang (daily driver) > 45K ....................................................................... NO !

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