Czinger Vehicles decided to do a full reveal of their 21st-century hypercar called the 21C ahead of the Geneva reveal and it is not here to mess around.
Just 80 units will be built each packing 1,233 hp (919 kW) from a 2.88-litre flat crank twin-turbo V8 mid-mounted. An electric motor is also assigned to each front-wheel which helps set an 8.1-second quarter-mile time, a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint in 1.9 seconds, a 0 to 300 km/h (186 mph) and back to 0 in 15 seconds and 0 to 400 km/h (248 mph) to 0 in 29 seconds.
This is paired with a seven-speed sequential transaxle gearbox with a hydraulic actuated multi-plate clutch to complete the entire drivetrain, which is designed, developed and built by Czinger.
Below are the specifications for both the road and track variants of the 21C:
|Model||Dry weight||Curb weight||Powertrain||Power to weight||Downforce||Top speed|
|21C||1183 kg||1250 kg||1,233 hp at 10500 rpm||1:00||250 kg + @ 250 kph||432 kph|
|21C Lightweight track configuration||1151 kg||1218 kg||1,233 hp at 10500 rpm||1:03||790 kg +@ 250 kph||380 kph|
Czinger (pronounced “zinger” with a silent c) is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Founded in 2019 and named after its Founder and CEO, Kevin Czinger, the trailblazing performance brand is built around a core ethos of using revolutionary technology to create vehicles that have dominating performance and iconic design.
The 21C is Czinger’s first production vehicle. It was conceived, designed, engineered and manufactured from the ground up by a team of pioneering engineers, scientists and designers based in Los Angeles, California using a proprietary production system. The result is the first vehicle of this era with a complex, optimised overall structure generated and manufactured using computing power, additive manufacturing and artisanship. The 21C is designed and built for the 21st century.