California-based supercar manufacturer founded by Kevin Czinger of Divergent 3D. Creators of the 21C hypercar, which makes extensive use of 3D printing in its ultra-lightweight frame
Californian hypercar company Czinger has its sights set on lap records worldwide, and its wild 21C hybrid hypercar got its first taste of blood last month on home court, slashing more than two seconds off the Laguna Seca lap record held by McLaren.
The bulk of this 1,250-horsepower hypercar's prodigious power comes from a tiny 2.88-liter twin turbo engine. Revving at 11,000rpm, it makes nigh-on 950 horsepower, making it the most power-dense production engine in the world at 329 hp per liter.
Czinger has released more details, pics and video of its upcoming 21C hybrid hypercar, including the two crucial figures we've been waiting for: 1,250 horsepower, and a blistering 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) acceleration time of just 1.9 seconds.
Kevin Czinger is back, with another ultra-lightweight hypercar that makes extensive use of 3D-printed metal nodes and carbon fiber rods in its frame. The Czinger 21C will make its full debut in Geneva next month, but here's what we know so far.