Geneva motorshow – one of the most important events and receiving the most attention in the auto industry, where the world’s most unique cars gather and launch, has officially been canceled due to the show being held. dangerous developments of the Covid-19 epidemic. This unfortunate incident forced car manufacturers to have plans to launch new products individually, but that did not stop the attraction of “genuine” supercars from cooling down, the Czinger 21C is an example.
What’s on Czinger 21C?
Czinger 21C is the latest hybrid supercar model from the US automobile manufacturer Czinger Vehicles, developed based on inspiration from the concept of the Yamaha OX99-11 supercar, with the goal of creating high-performance sports car while still ensuring environmental friendliness.
Photo taken from the rear of Czinger 21C. Shows that the car only has 1 seat, placed in the center for the driver. This arrangement is quite similar to the original McLaren F1. However, manufacturer Czinger Vehicles said the car’s interior design was inspired by the pod racers in the blockbuster Star Wars.
Many parts of the car are made using advanced 3D printing technology, with precision and sophistication not inferior to conventional production lines. In addition, 3D printing technology also helps maximize material savings during the manufacturing process – only what is truly necessary is printed.
The Czinger 21C can be equipped with an additional seat behind the driver – an arrangement commonly found on a jet fighter, helping to bring excitement to both the driver and the passenger behind. That is also the reason the manufacturer named this extra seat option package “co-pilot seat” or “passenger seat”.
In terms of environmental friendliness, the Czinger 21C is a hybrid model, possessing both an electric motor and an internal combustion engine running on carbon-neutral methanol. In addition, Czinger 21C also has a fully electric version depending on customer preferences.
This hybrid engine gives the Czinger 21C “terrifying” power, with a total capacity of up to 1233 horsepower. The interesting thing is that the internal combustion engine (V8) is responsible for providing most of the power for the car with a capacity of only 2.88 liters. Showing that Czinger Vehicles’ ability to optimize engine power/cylinder volume is truly impressive.
This engine block works synchronously with an electric motor located at the front wheel axle using a lithium-titanate battery, which is introduced to provide faster charging capabilities than other types of lithium-ion batteries.
Thanks to the extensive use of carbon fiber as well as other lightweight materials, the weight of the Czinger 21C only stops at 1250 kg. The combination of high power and low weight gives the car outstanding performance, accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 1.9 seconds, before reaching a top speed of 248 mph. (nearly 400km/h) in just 29 seconds – breaking the record of 31.49 seconds previously set by the Koenigsegg Agera RS.
There will only be 80 Czinger 21Cs produced worldwide and the expected selling price will be about 2 million pounds ($2.6 million), equivalent to more than 60 billion VND excluding taxes and fees.
Considering both form, performance, and uniqueness, it is no exaggeration to say that the Czinger 21C is one of the most worthy supercars to own today.