To begin with, the maximum speed of the hypercar is 432 km / h. Not a record, of course, but impressive. Moreover, the Czinger 21C coupe gets to the mark of 400 km / h in 29 s, acceleration to 300 km / h takes 15 s, one hundred obeys in 1.9 s, 8.1 s are required for a quarter mile (402 m). The total power of 1250 hp achieved by four motors. A very light sequencer with multi-disc clutch switches between the seven steps.
Behind the passenger’s back is a gasoline V8 2.88 (950 hp) with a pair of turbochargers – this is Czinger Vehicles’s own development. The G8 spins to a cutoff of 11,000 rpm. Two traction electric motors that drive the front wheels help her, plus a starter-generator and a 2 kWh lithium-titanate battery.
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Talking about the hypercar, inventor Kevin Singer alludes to his former firm Divergent, which promoted the technology of three-dimensional printing of automotive components, but did not achieve recognition. The term 3D printing is no longer in use. The company speaks only about advanced technological tools, a patented production system, high-precision automated assembly, new materials …
Nevertheless, the word “print” once comes out when it comes to “revolutionary production” of a wide variety of details: from seat brackets to suspension components. Having talked with Kevin, Top Gear concluded that the 21C is precisely a demonstrator of the capabilities of 3D printing. A small factory with several 15×15 m printers is able to print one chassis every 20 minutes.
Singer promises to present a detailed description of the processes at the March premiere in Geneva. Interestingly, there are no auto giants among Kevin's partners: Michelin, Alcantara, Mr. Leight, Vitra AG are all friends. The circulation of the Czinger 21C coupe is limited to 80 copies, which will be built in road (55 units) and track versions with individual settings for each client. Top Gear calls price from $ 1.7 million.