There's a new supercar brand out. Check out Czinger's hybrid weapon, capable of 0-100 kph in just 1.9 seconds and packing a mighty 932 kW!
Czinger, a Los Angeles-based startup, recently teased its 21C hypercar ahead of its formal reveal at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show and now the company has revealed some specification details.
The 21C was developed by a small team of designers, engineers and scientists which used a "revolutionary, patented, production system. This proprietary production system enables design, engineering, optimisation and innovation in vehicle creation beyond what has previously been possible" says the company,
Czinger has divulged that the 21C will pack 1 250 hp or 932 kW and will be capable of a zero to 100 kph sprint in just 1.9 seconds. Zero to 400 kph and back to zero will take only 29 seconds according to the Czinger. The 21C hits the redline at 11 000 rpm... The 21C is an all-wheel drive hypercar, equipped with a hybrid powertrain featuring a mid-mounted 2.88-litre, flat-crank, twin-turbo V8 engine and two high output electric motors at each front wheel with torque vectoring. A lightweight 7-speed automated manual transmission is used to lay those mighty numbers down on the tar. The 21C has a dry weight below 1 200 kg with a true power-to-weight ratio of 1:1.
Given how much power and performance is being claimed, aerodynamics are going to play a huge role and there's a massive wing on the rear. Czinger says that 790 kg of downforce is generated at 250 kph. We really like the rear light strip too. Czinger says its 21C features tandem seating for two, like a McLaren F1.
Stat tuned for more details, watch the video below!