Automobile startup firm that is based in California, Czinger is all set to launch its premier vehicle at the Geneva Motor Show the following month. Prior to the launch, the firm has shared further details of its hypercar.
Accord to a tweet posted by the company, it claimed that the 21C hypercar is able to generate 1250 hp. It can also go zero to 100 kilometer in an hour within 1.9 seconds.
Czinger will not be the only motor maker raising the lid on a fresh model at the Geneva International Motor Show next month. However, it is likely that the carmaker will steal the show.
The latest US outfit situated in California is expected to launch its 21C at the March 3rd Swiss automobile show.
Before the occasion, the Los Angeles firm started by Divergent Microfactories’ Kevin Czinger the past year, shared a view at the sci-fi-reliable hybrid hyper motor. It uses many additively manufactured pieces components together with off-the-shelf pieces.
The company described the model as signaling a standard shift in the manner vehicles are created. The 21C hypercar brags of an in-line seating configuration, a hybrid powertrain, among other features mentioned above. The company also said that the hypercar will only be designed in the United States.
In the cockpit, the drivers will get two seats located in tandem made by artisans from the 21st century. This car is the premier motor from the recently founded vehicle maker.
“Czinger is the first of its kind to develop novel additive manufacturing technologies to devise a groundbreaking hypercar,” says a statement from the firm. “From a cutting-edge chassis and bespoke structures to pioneering high-performance components, Czinger has crafted a revolutionary hypercar fit for the 21st century.”
Czinger’s CEO is as well the fellow behind the Divergent Blade of 2017. This is a two-door coupe that was the initial vehicle to utilize additive manufacturing to create the chassis and body. The firm is expected to share more detailed about the 21C before the launch next month.