The hypercar has a top speed of 281 mph (452 km/h) in optional low drag vmax configuration.
Three more Czinger models are expected to follow by 2023, using modular takes on the hybrid V8 engine and chassis.
Czinger lifted the covers off its two revolutionary 21C hypercars with a twist – mounting bikes and surfboards on top in a nod to the brand’s Californian heritage.
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.
Using a proprietary hybrid powertrain, the Czinger (pronounced Zinger) 21C claims to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in a mind-boggling 1.9 seconds.
Czinger Vehicles Inc. is based in California and they want to take the world by storm when they reveal the 21C hypercar next month at the Geneva Motor Show.