- 1,250 HP @ 10,500 RPM
- Dual Front Electric Motors
- 1/4 Mile: 8.1 Seconds
A team of engineers and artisans in Los Angeles have raised the bar for hybrid hypercars. After years of simulation and testing in a virtual world, their efforts have come to fruition. Celebrate the latest in American innovation as Czinger has unveiled the 21 C hypercar ahead of the Geneva Motor Show.
The numbers speak for themselves. A 2.88-liter twin-turbo V8 uses a flat-plane crank to offer 1,250 horsepower at 10,500 rpm. It is coupled to a hybrid motor/generator to power individual motors for the front wheels. Body panels and much of the chassis is 3D printed carbon fiber, with final assembly done by hand.
Founder & CEO Kevin Czinger (pronounced “Zinger”) wanted a car with every part made in the USA. From seat brackets to lug nuts, each component was designed to be strong and light. With a dry weight of 2,608 lbs, it reaches 62 mph in 1.9 seconds. They also claim a run from 0 to 248 mph to 0 in 29 seconds. Aiming for a top speed of 269 mph, we wish them all the best. Stay with us for more updates from Czinger Vehicles