Those are some impressive statistics, but there are a couple of caveats. As Autoblog
points out there are no on-screen speedometers or timers recording the speed to validate Aspark’s claim. Secondly, the prototype was running on slick tires, but Aspark insists the road-legal version will still achieve 0-62 mph in under two seconds. Just as staggering as the supercar’s rapid acceleration is the driver had to reach 60 mph and bring the car back to a standstill on a surprising short stretch of road, as the test seems to have been carried out in a parking lot behind a warehouse. It could have easily ended in disaster, but it’s a testament to the automaker’s confidence in the supercar’s capabilities.