The production version of the Owl, after its world premiere in Dubai last November, was scheduled to be exhibited at the cancelled Geneva International Motor Show.
“After unveiling the Owl at Dubai International Motor Show the company has achieved many progresses on development and production, as well on future strategy as a car manufacturer”, Head Of Sales and Communication Agshin Badalbayli points out.
All major tests related to performance, safety and durability were completed successfully and now the Owl can be seen running on the road.
Meanwhile, the production has been accelerated to deliver the orders on time and the sales and after-sales networks around the world are growing fast.
A second project is coming up
Aspark kicked off a new era in full-electric hypercars with the Owl: but the first project of the Japanese car manufacturer won’t remain alone, as the development of a second project has already started. Details will be given in the next weeks.