Hypercar Czinger 21C: V8, two electric motors and 1.9 seconds to “hundreds”

Hypercar Czinger 21C: V8, two electric motors and 1.9 seconds to “hundreds”


Shortly before the Geneva motor show, Czinger Vehicles shared a video, new photos and technical details about hypercare 21C. The novelty will release a limited edition of 80 copies, with hybrid power unit and chassis will be manufactured on a 3D printer. Hypercar pretenduet the title of one of the fastest road cars – from zero to “hundred” it accelerates in 1.9 seconds, while the Bugatti Chiron makes it half a second slower.

Czinger 21C received a 2.88-liter V8 engine with two turbochargers, which is mounted directly behind the seats and two electric motors – one on each front wheel. Total return units is 1250 horsepower. Transmission: gearbox – a seven-step “automatic”. Claimed acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour is 1.9 seconds and a quarter mile car passes for 8.1 seconds. In 29 seconds, the hypercar is able to start with places to reach speeds of 400 kilometers per hour and slow down to a complete stop, faster Koenigsegg Agera RS and Bugatti Chiron.

For 21C announced in two versions – road and track. The first weighs 1250 kilograms and can accelerate up to 432 kilometers per hour. The second weight is 1218 kg, and maximum speed is 380 kilometers per hour. Road hypercar 250 kilometers per hour generates 250 pounds of clamping force, track – 790 kilograms.


In Vehicles Czinger said that the model was created by “a small group of engineers, designers and scientists,” which used “revolutionary patented manufacturing technology.” We are talking about Divergent 3D printing technology from metal, which came up with Kevin Zinger.

Divergent 3D previously tested on the experimental supercar Blade that is assembled from aluminum hubs, standardized metallic elements and carbon “ties”. The weight of the prototype was only 630 pounds. It is completed with turbo engine from Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, the impact of which was increased to 730 horsepower.

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