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2018-02-21 12:00

Tokyo - Keen on a car with face-ripping levels of acceleration? Look no further than the ludicrously fast Aspark Owl.

The Owl - weird name, we know - is a Japanese electric hypercar that has been recorded (silently) reaching 100km/h from standstill in less than two seconds. 

The company says only 50 Owls will be made and it'll priced at $4.4-million. They've also been secretive on where all that power comes from. 

As for the actual test, it was done in the alley behind a shed. What way to hit sub two seconds... 

Watch the clip below: 

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