This hypercar looks like a fighter jet and is partly 3D-printed
California-based automobile startup company Czinger is all ready to unveil its first car at the Geneva Motor Show next month. And it looks like a fighter jet from the front.
The company has teased a short video showing its ‘revolutionary’ 21C hypercar ahead of global debut at Geneva International Motor Show. The preview showcases an in-house developed strong hybrid powertrain, in-line seating configuration and iconic design lines. Pictured against the Californian backdrop of Bixby Bridge and Pacific Coast Highway, the teaser film is a nod to Czinger's Californian heritage in the brand's first public announcement.
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Czinger says the 21C "presents advanced components constructed using novel technologies" and "novel additive manufacturing technologies." The Czinger 21C comes with an in-house developed hybrid powertrain. The company did not share detailed specs of the car, but promised it will be “one of the 21st-century’s most advanced performance vehicles."
The front fascia of the Czinger 21C resembles a fighter jet with broad shoulders flanking a stooping nose-line. In fact, the hypercar will have tandem seating for two, creating a fighter-jet-like cockpit ambience.
The Czinger 21C features a mix of 3D-printed components. The teaser video also shows the car will feature lots of carbon fibre bits at the front and rear. The video also gives a preview of how the 21C will sound.
The 21C has been designed and built locally at Czinger's factory in Los Angles, California.
The company was founded and run by Kevin Czinger, the same person behind the Divergent Blade supercar. It was another 3D-printed hypercar with tandem seating and possibly an inspiration for the concept of Czinger 21C.