The Czinger 21C is designed, manufactured and assembled in Los Angeles, California using the world’s most advanced production technologies. Its in-house designed strong hybrid powertrain has a confirmed output of 1250 hp (1233 bhp) making the hypercar capable of 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) in 1.9 seconds
The vehicle’s architecture is centered around driver-focused, two-person in-line seating configuration
Performance is driven by Czinger’s proprietary powertrain and additively manufactured chassis – the Czinger 21C is billed as being an evolutionary leap in performance vehicle creation
The Geneva International Motor Show will be the stage for Czinger’s brand launch and 21C vehicle debut
Pictured against the backdrop of Alameda Naval Base in San Francisco, California, Czinger Vehicles’ groundbreaking 21C hypercar has showcased some of its performance figures and iconic design lines ahead of the brand and vehicle Geneva International Motor Show 2020 global debut (March 3 – 15).
Following the first introduction, Czinger’s second teaser film announces that its 21C achieves 1250 hp (1233 bhp) and is capable of 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) in 1.9 seconds. This performance is attained through Czinger’s in-house developed, strong hybrid powertrain and optimised, additively manufactured vehicle structure.
The 21C is designed, developed, engineered and manufactured from the ground up in Los Angeles, California by 21st century scientists and artisans. Built using proprietary design and manufacturing technologies, the 21C is an evolutionary leap in performance vehicle creation.
Czinger’s previous film, captured at California’s iconic Bixby Bridge and Big Sur, is below: