Czinger Vehicles’ first hypercar is partially 3D-printed
Czinger Vehicles will be coming to the 2020 Geneva show with a brand-new hypercar model called 21C. The vehicle will sport two seats arranged one behind another and make use of 3D printing tech.
Kevin Singer, the CEO of the company, also runs the Californian startup firm Divergent 3D. A couple years ago, Divergent showed us the Blade Concept, a vehicle with 3D-printed body and chassis. The Czinger 21С coupe is essentially an improved version of the Blade, and is heading for a small-batch production in the future.
Czinger Vehicles claims the 21C uses a proprietary hybrid powertrain design rated higher than that of the Blade, which in turn packs a 2.4-liter racing-spec mill rated at 730 hp (544 kW).
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