Czinger 21C: The wind has a new rival

With 1.233 horsepower this hypercar, which will arrive in 2023, exceeds 450 km / h.

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The American startup Czinger revealed the final version of its hypercar, which is also its first production model. Its about Czinger 21C, which will be on the roads in 2023.

Originally created to fight McLaren Speedtail y Aston Martin valkyrie, the Czinger 21C surprises with its design and its cabin for two people in tandem for optimal weight distribution.

Czinger 21CThe model, which will be produced in Los Angeles, is slightly wider than the concept presented at the time. It is 2.050 mm (12 mm more than a Bugatti Chiron) to achieve better downforce and equip it with a suspension ideal for high speeds. Something that has not changed from the original project is the ultralight aluminum and carbon fiber chassis to achieve a weight of 1.240 kilos.

The Czinger 21C rides a 8-liter V2.9 engine conceived by the company itself that can run on ecological and carbon-neutral bio-methanol fuel. The impeller generates 950 CV to 11.000 rpm, but it is supported by two other electric motors that generate 150 CV directly to the front axle. In this way, the combined power of the hypercar is 1.233 horses. The company also has a specific kit that allows the car to achieve 100 extra hp.

Czinger 21CCzinger claimed that he obtained the batteries for the hybrid system from a team of F1, although he did not mention which team it is. With this technology you have a technology of 20 kilometers in electric mode.

The hypercar has a maximum speed of 452 km/h in its optional low resistance configuration. Accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 1,9 seconds and exceeds 400 km / h in 21,3 seconds.

To demonstrate its performance, Czinger would set up the 21C to achieve a series of records on various circuits around the world. This unique tour would begin in Laguna Seca and would include Nurburgring.


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