As with the reveal in Frankfurt, we're maintaining a healthy level of skepticism of the Owl. For one thing, we don't see any shots of the speedometer or any time or speed recording displays. For another, the location seems oddly small to be hustling a car to about 60 mph and back down. It looks like a parking lot behind a warehouse, and though the claimed times would maybe make the feat feasible, we'd be nervous going that fast in a short parking lot that ends in a grassy upward hill.
Despite this skepticism, we're also not going to brush off the Owl altogether. These videos definitely prove the company has at least one running prototype, and we're impressed to see the company showing a running car just a few months after the inital reveal. That's more than could be said about Faraday Future. And while there's nothing in the video to truly confirm the Owl's performance, we can tell the thing launches really hard. So overall, we're cautiously optimistic about the Owl, and if the company keeps rolling out info and video like this, the ratio of caution to optimism will probably shift to optimism's favor.