The ONUK Sazan LM makes its first appearance in Asphalt 8: Airborne and it is the first Turkish car in the game. It is named after the nickname of Kaan Onuk, son of the founder Ekber Onuk, who was also the launcher of the project, who came to an untimely end, who brought the STC16 team together after 40+ years.
The Onuk is powered by a 7-liter Chevrolet LS7 V8, giving it 505 hp and a top speed of nearly 300 km/h.
The ONUK Sazan LM makes its first appeareance in Asphalt 8: Airborne. This car was added in the Tenerife update and was given out to the top 50 players in the singleplayer cup, and to the top 88 players in the multiplayer cup, which consisted of a rotating series of races at Dubai.
The ONUK Sazan LM is a close competitor to the Kepler Motion. Its top speed is the same as the Ferrari F50's. The Sazan's nitro efficiency is slightly higher to the F50's, making the former a superior choice for tracks with long straights. On shorter tracks, it is no slouch either, thanks to a powerful acceleration (Outaccelerating even the Mercedes-Benz Biome) and more responsive handling than the Ferrari F50's. Its only downside is its underwhelming drifting capabilities, but that can be compensated through skill.
The ONUK Sazan LM is a very good car for multiplayer, being able to compete fiercely against the Mercedes-Benz Biome despite its inferior nitro efficiency. To do so, however, the Sazan LM should not be heavily tuned, lest it will start facing Class S cars, of which it will likely struggle with. It is still a great choice for multiplayer, albeit not as effective as before, due to the car being outclassed by more powerful B-Class cars.
Originally, this car costs 2,600 to purchase, 1,595,400 to MAX out and 1,027,275 to MAX and PRO it. As of the Car Blueprints Update, the original tokens price has been removed and replaced with the requirement of 35 Blueprints to be assembled. It is the tenth car to be released as a Multiplayer League reward, and is part of the tenth Multiplayer Season, Bloom Season, which started on June 8, 2017.