Czinger 21C or not the most ordinary hypercarFebruary 12, 2020
The American company published several photos of its hypercar Czinger 21C. The guys call their novelty nothing more than a revolution in the segment. The presentation will be held at the Geneva Motor Show.
Czinger Vehicles Inc., based in Los Angeles, California, USA, intends to storm the entire hypercar segment by presenting its revolutionary model under the name 21C. The presentation will take place as part of the Geneva Motor Show, which will open next month. The company uses some pretty high-profile words to describe its new product, saying that it is “a revolutionary hypercar with a traditional design and unprecedented performance.”
The car looks pretty interesting with its huge wheel arches and a giant carbon wing. Also at the back we see a wide LED strip mounted in the center of the exhaust pipe and an aggressive diffuser.
We are tempted to believe that a real prototype of a car really exists, and these are precisely photographs of a “living” car, and not just visualizations created on a computer. They look very realistic – the car even has a rear view camera installed slightly lower than the license plate. Other details worth paying attention to include rims and massive amounts of carbon fiber.
So far, details about the technical equipment of the new items remain a mystery, but company representatives say that the 21C hypercar is equipped with a hybrid transmission. The new hypercar promises to combine “advanced components created using the latest technology” with “cutting-edge chassis and custom-made designs.”
Again, these are quite bold statements from a company from which most of us have never heard, but we must admit that we are striving to see the 21C hypercar in full. The official premiere will take place on March 3.
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