See video of the launch of an all-new 1250bhp hypercar

Info from press release below

  • Czinger confirmed 21C is the first in a series of exclusive performance vehicles
  • Live unveiling also underlined Czinger’s use of proprietary manufacturing technologies, in-house developed drivetrain and unique design elements that will guide production of a series of exclusive performance vehicles
  • Czinger 21C is limited to 80 vehicles whose creation has been enabled by integrated computing power, materials and additive manufacturing technologies
  • Each component manufactured using these technologies is computationally engineered and optimised for weight, efficiency and performance. A team of artisans then seek perfection in the assembly, fit and finish of the vehicle
  • With 1250 hp and dry weight under 1200 kg (of which the chassis is just 120 kg), the 21C features a true 1:1 power-to-weight ratio
  • Revolutionary engineering, never before seen on a production vehicle, combines structural systems plus cooling, fluid routing, and even exhaust sound management within the chassis structure
  • The 21C is an all-wheel drive vehicle with a strong hybrid powertrain, full specs:
  • An in-house developed mid-engine 2.88-litre, 80deg bank angle V8 twin 73mm turbo with 11,000rpm redline. 84 x 65 mm bore x stroke, 9.5:1 compression ratio, with four valves per cylinder, with full flex-fuel capability.
  • Two high output advanced axial flux motors producing up to 370 Nm and 150 kW of peak torque and power, each powering a front wheel with torque vectoring
  • An ultra-light and compact, seven-speed automated sequential transmission gearbox, which has been developed and built to Czinger’s demanding specification, available in two configurations; full race dog gears for fastest possible shift times and a more street optimised synchromesh configuration for smoother everyday shifting
  • Total output of 1250 hp (1233 bhp), redlining at 11,000 rpm
  • Quarter mile time of 8.1 seconds and 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

 

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