In 2020, Czinger Company from Los Angeles, USA revealed a project to produce a Hypercar called 21C with claims of outstanding performance and advanced technical technology. Initially, these parameters were somewhat “unbelievable”, but so far, the brand has dispelled doubts when officially launching the commercial version of the 21C model.

Czinger 21C is a Hypercar that impresses with its unique design with the support of AI artificial intelligence and skillful 3D printing techniques applied in the body shaping stages. At the same time, the car is also equipped with a Hybrid system and has a total capacity of up to 1,233 horsepower.

The 21C will be limited to just 80 units and is the first in a series of “exclusive performance cars” produced by American automaker Czinger. The hypercar has undergone many changes since its planned debut at last year’s Geneva Motor Show, one of which is that the car’s width has been increased to 2,050 mm.

One of the bright spots of the Czinger 21C is its commercial engine with the largest capacity in the world. The brand equips the car with a twin-turbo flat V8 engine, revving up to an impressive 11,000 rpm. The engine is designed by the brand to run on a variety of fuels, including carbon-recycled methanol along with other e-fuels, allowing the vehicle to operate as a zero-emission vehicle.

Comes with the twin-turbo V8 engine, a seven-speed sequential transmission and an 800V electric drive system. The vehicle is equipped with electric motors powering each front wheel providing torque vectoring while the battery replenishes charge from regenerative braking and a Formula 1-esque generator. In total, the car has a total capacity of up to 1,233 horsepower and can be increased by 100 horsepower if the customer wants to upgrade.

The dry weight of the Czinger 21C is only 1240kg, meaning the power-to-weight ratio will be at 1:1, which will turn the Czinger 21C into a true monster. Combined with this perfect ratio is the immediate addition of torque from the two electric motors to bring the most impressive power to this car with perfect power.

With this power, Czinger 12C is capable of accelerating from 0 – 100 km/h in just 1.9 seconds and can reach a maximum speed of up to 452 km/h – extremely impressive numbers. In addition, the car can go from 0 – 300 km/h in just 8.5 seconds and from 0 – 400 km/h in just 21.3 seconds and can stop in just 5 seconds. Czinger 21C has a pressure of 615kg when the vehicle operates at a speed of 161 km/h and 2500 kg when the vehicle operates at a speed of 322 km/h. Theoretically, if running at maximum speed, the 21C can completely run “upside down” in a tunnel like Michael Schumacher once drove a Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG upside down in a tunnel many years ago.

However, one of the most unique things about the Czinger 21C is the way it was built. Through computational techniques, each part of the car is designed and optimized by AI to be as light and strong as possible, then produced through 3D printing. This process creates structures that are complex but at the same time impossible to reproduce using more traditional methods such as machining or casting. Once completed, the vehicle is assembled in Czinger’s patented production system. This is a closed, automatic system consisting of robotic arms working in parallel to assemble the pieces of the car with extremely high precision.

This entire manufacturing method allows the 21C to have some very unique design elements, some of which include a “bubble” cockpit with a 1+1 seating arrangement and a fully finished body. Very smooth finish with impressive curved lines.

Currently, the exact price of the Czinger 21C has not been announced, but at the time of launch, the brand said that to own the car you would need to spend about 1.7 million USD.

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