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As with many global events around the world the Geneva International Car Show was cancelled this year due to the outbreak of Coronavirus. For fans of the event this luxurious fair is the pinnacle in luxury cars debuting World premieres in car designs and hypercars one such marque set to take the stand at this year’s event was new kid on the block American brand Czinger with its debut of the hypercar 21C …

Czinger – pronounced "zinger” with a silent c this groundbreaking 21C hypercar can only be described as a Picasso of motor engineering, with just a limited run of 80 cars and priced at a staggering $1.7m (£1.4m) each of these cars are a modern masterpiece.

The 21C is manufactured using cutting-edge technology tools that are integrated into a patented production system. Created in house by Czinger’s production system, including automated design and optimisation software, patented additive manufacturing driven processes, high accuracy automated assembly, and novel performance materials enables Czinger’s design and engineering team to express 21st century art in performance and design.

A 21st century look at coachbuilding, each 21C is assembled by a team of artisans, from the fit and finish of each and every part - from seat brackets to suspension components - to the hand-crafted carbon fibre and multi-layer, show quality paintwork.

Vehicle performance results from a design in which all parts have a precise purpose solely built to achieve that purpose and combine to work in harmony.

The 21C is designed and manufactured from the ground up by the Czinger team in Los Angeles, California. Lightweight, proprietary high-performance alloy and carbon fibre multi-material structures form the 21C chassis. Computationally engineered, printed and assembled, the chassis is home to an in-house designed strong hybrid powertrain that drives all four wheels. Achieving a true 1:1 power to weight ratio, a 2.88-litre, flat crank V8 with twin turbos located mid-vehicle, and an electric motor assigned to each front wheel drive the 21C to a 8.1 second quarter mile, 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) in 1.9 seconds, 0 to 186 mph (300 kph) to 0 in 15 seconds and 0 to 248 mph (400 kph) to 0 in 29 seconds. At 329hp (324bhp) per litre, Czinger's priorities are clear - maximize power to weight and power efficiency.

Two continuous front traction motors and one combined crank-driven generator and starter (to ensure the power from the lithium-titanate batteries is readily available when needed) completes the strong hybrid set-up, which has 1250 hp (1233 bhp). This is paired with a seven-speed sequential transaxle gearbox with a hydraulic actuated multi-plate clutch to complete the entire drivetrain, which is designed, developed and built by Czinger.

The Czinger design team upholds the company ethos of next generation thinking. The 21C provides the ideal seating position to achieve optimal performance driving and weight distribution.

The 21C's iconic design originates from the concept of functional art. Performance driven "Iine logic" gives rise to the car's dramatic shape. Every opening (cut) line on the car connects two graphic or functional features, and strong, athletic surfaces flow and wrap around the car's performance core. Rooted in aerodynamic efficiency, the 21C's in-line seating creates a narrow cabin that pierces the air. The shrink-wrapped body hugs the chassis, tightly sculpting the front and rear overhang around the wheels.

Never has a production car combined all of these design elements. Czinger's revolutionary technology enables this design breakthrough. The result is a car that looks like nothing else on the planet.


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