In 2020, when Czinger launched the 21C supercar, many people looked at its “dreamlike” configuration data sheet and thought that this supercar could hardly come true. But after only a year, the Czinger 21C has a practical commercial version.
Also since the Geneva motor show 2020 until now, the 21C has had to go through many changes to be able to turn the target data sheets on paper into a real car. The most visible upgrade among them is that the width of the car has been increased to 2,050 mm, to ensure the ability to operate at high speeds for the car.
And to be able to stand in the ranks of supercars with over 1,000 horsepower, it is likely that Czinger will equip the 21C with a V8 engine block, a 2.88-liter crankshaft with a range of 11,000 rpm. , comes with two turbochargers.
In particular, this engine block is designed to be able to run on a variety of fuels, including carbon-recycled methanol, as well as other green fuels, ensuring this “beast” can operate comfortably. . . Roof. The roof shows strength while still achieving the air permeability index.
To combine with this powerful engine block, Czinger has chosen to use a sequential 7-speed automatic transmission. And an 800V electrical system will be installed, to recover wasted energy, “additional electricity” to 21C.
In particular, each wheel on the front axle will be equipped with an electric motor. The brake energy recovery system as well as the generator are learned from F1 racing technology. Finally, the Czinger 21C makes a total of 1,233 hp and can be upgraded to another 100 hp.
With the technology of making ultra-light materials, it is surprising that the Czinger 21C weighs less than 1,240 kg. That is, the power-to-weight ratio is very similar, equivalent to 1kg: 1 horsepower.
As a result, the 21C is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100km / h in just 1.9 seconds, increasing from 0 to 300 km / h in 8.5 seconds and braking to zero in 5.3 seconds; Acceleration from 0 – 400 km / h in 21.3 seconds, before being able to reach speeds of up to 452 km / h and stop in 5.8 seconds!
To be able to achieve this “super” performance, the Czinger 21C is built with a body that can bear 615kg when going down the road at 161 km / h and 2.5 tons at high speed. degree 322 km/h.
For ease of visualization, with a pressure on the surface equivalent to 2.5 tons; a 1.4-ton Czinger 21C can absolutely run on the ceiling of a tunnel at more than 300 km/h without crashing to the ground – something that probably only happens in the Asphalt speed game!
To make sure the bodywork is perfect and free of any flaws, engineers used AI technology to calculate and come up with the most optimal design. This drawing is then edited through many other stages, before being sent to a 3D printer for fabrication.
As a result, the body of the Czinger 21C has an extremely complex structure, creating a visual effect very similar to that of organic materials. And this structure cannot be achieved if manufactured using traditional material fabrication methods, such as casting, turning or stamping.
After the body pieces are printed, they are brought into the company’s closed production area and fully assembled using proprietary technology with a series of robots working at the same time.
Thanks to this modern and sophisticated manufacturing method, the Czinger 21C can possess very unique design points, such as the 1 + 1 seating position (two seats are arranged in a vertical row like on a motorbike), or the body like wrapping cloth in a car frame.
According to information from the company’s Los Angeles headquarters, the Czinger 21C will be produced in a limited number of only 80 pieces globally. This product will open the “super performance car” line of the fledgling brand from the United States.
In the end, the price that customers have to pay if they really “hit the thunderbolt” and want to own one of 80 Czinger 21Cs is about $ 1.7 million.