Czinger’s London live feed and unveiling follows Geneva International Motor Show 2020 cancellation.
Czinger 21Cphoto courtesy autodius.com
Czinger 21C photo courtesy autodius.com
For what have to be the prototypes, I would gladly settle for the 21A and B. I’ve edited the journalist briefing to save you time. Below for the important bits.
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.
With 1250 hp and dry weight under 2600 pounds (of which the chassis is just 265 pounds), 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.
Mid-engine, total output of 1250 hp, redlining at 11,000 rpm.
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.
Quarter mile time of 8.1 seconds and 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) in 1.9 seconds.
0 to 186 mph in 15 seconds and 0 to 248 mph in 29 seconds.
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