Following up on a teaser dropped last week, Czinger Vehicles has uncovered the 21C hybrid hypercar ahead of its public premiere at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
The Los Angeles-based startup claims that the electrified machine is capable of jaw-dropping performance, going from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in a whopping 1.9 seconds. Power comes from an in-house developed hybrid powertrain that has yet to be detailed. However, they did say that it develops a very impressive 1,250 PS (1,233 HP / 919 kW).
Named “an evolutionary leap in performance vehicle creation“, the 21C has the typical super sports car styling, with bulky fenders at the front, wide hips, strong side skirts, short overhangs and big wing at the back.
It also features split headlights, thin rear light strip, arched roofline and Y-spoke wheels that don’t seem to be oversized. Czinger hasn’t released any interior images at the time of writing, but they did say that it boasts a tandem seating configuration with room for two – McLaren F1-style.
It will be interesting to find out other details about the hybrid hypercar that plans to grab a chunk of the rarefied hypercar segment. Certainly, the price is something enthusiasts would like to know, if only for their personal knowledge. Given the mind-blowing performance available at the push of the fun pedal, we wouldn’t be surprised if it came with a seven-digit price tag.
Guess we’ll have to wait a couple of weeks for to learn more details on availability and pricing. The wraps will come off the Czinger 21C at the Swiss event on March 3 at 11:00 a.m. CET (5:00 a.m. EST).