- Czinger Vehicles to unveil their first creation in Geneva;
- The Czinger 21C develops 1250 hp;
- Reveal will take place on March 3rd at 11:00.
Last week, a new manufacturer called Czinger Vehicles, headquartered in California, introduced their upcoming hypercar, the 21C. The car will make its world debut at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
Czinger, pronounced with a silent c, conceives, designs, engineers and manufactures everything from their Los Angeles HQ, even the hybrid powertrain was developed in-house.
Speaking of the power unit, the Czinger 21C achieves 1250 hp and will be able to rocket to 100 km/h in 1.9 seconds.
Inside, you’ll find a driver-focused, two-person in-line seating configuration reminding us of the iconic McLaren F1.
According to the American company, they are “marking its place in history, and a paradigm shift in the way vehicles are designed, developed, engineered and manufactured.”
The video below shows parts being 3D-printed for the 21C. Czinger Vehicles founder and CEO Kevin Czinger occupy the same positions for an LA startup called Divergent 3D. That company created, a few years ago, the Blade supercar, which the 21C takes a few design cues of.
All the details about this new American car manufacturer will be revealed during their presentation in Geneva. The world debut of the Czinger 21C at the Geneva International Motor Show 2020 will take place on March 3rd at 11:00.
Meanwhile, be sure to check out their latest video above and the one below that showcases the upcoming hypercar.