So just how fast is it? Back again in the summer months, the Japanese hypercar set a claimed -60 mph time of one.72 seconds whilst it was screening at the Misano circuit in Italy. Most amazing is that the time was attained on avenue-legal Michelin Pilot Sport Cup two tires, beating its former accomplishment of one.87 seconds on race tires. This is achievable many thanks to a ranking of one,475 lb-ft of torque, dispersed via four electric powered motors. Aspark also promises that the motor’s rotation velocity of fifteen,000 rpm should be the speediest in the globe. Interestingly, all of this has been attained by an engineering firm that decided to make a hypercar as a side job.