A brand-new electric hypercar from a relatively unknown brand Aspark will go from zero-60mph in under two seconds – something which no new car can currently achieve.
The Aspark Owl electric hypercar can allegedly travel these speeds on street-legal tyres, with a prototype achieving 0-60mph in 1.89 seconds earlier this year, the form claim.
How much does a car that can achieve this achieve though?
Well, if drivers want to be able to confidently accelerate quicker than anyone else on the road they will have to fork out a whopping $ 3.6 million.
The Japanese carmaker is developing 50 versions of the hypercar which will go on sale in 2020.
It will face stiff competition from the Tesla Roadster which Elon Musk claims can sprint to the same speed in the same time and also achieve 620-miles of range on a single charge.
Powering the electric car with en an EV powertrain which delivers at least 1,150 hp and 885 Nm of torque.
It also has a lightweight carbon-fibre body and magnesium alloy wheels keeps weight down to just 1,500kg.
The car is on display at the Paris Motor Show this week for the public to revel on.
The low-slung two-seater has a sharp face concave bonnet and gull-wing doors.
Aspark promises that the car will have a top speed of around 174mph and 186 miles of range on a full charge.
There is no storage space inside the car expect in the glove box.
Drivers are also required to put down a deposit of $ 1million, which is non-refundable.
The proposition of this car is peculiar when rivals such as the Tesla Roadster and Rimac Concept Two cost considerably less.
Even the most expensive of combustion engine supercars will cost you way less.
You may get that 10th of a second advantage off the line than other cars, you have to give up so much more for that privilege.