California-based startup Czinger unveiled a second, extra luxurious mannequin to observe its 21C supercar at The Qual, A Motorsports Gathering, a part of Monterey Automotive Week.
The Czinger Hyper GT is a four-seat coupe designed to make the most of the identical 3D-printed manufacturing strategies because the 21C. This does away with tooling, meeting strains, and all the opposite costly trappings of conventional automotive manufacturing, permitting for extra flexibility.
Czinger Hyper GT
It’ll additionally assist give the pretty massive Hyper GT a very good power-to-weight ratio by trimming as a lot fats as doable, firm founder Kevin Czinger stated in an interview with Autoweek. The design additionally incorporates Gullwing doorways and rear seats that ought to be capable of match 95% of adults, Czinger stated.
As for the powertrain, the Hyper GT makes use of the identical twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter flat-plane crank V-8 because the 21C, which works with a hybrid system to provide a claimed 1,250 hp. Different specs are being saved beneath wraps for now.
Czinger Hyper GT
Pricing and a manufacturing timeline weren’t mentioned, however the Hyper GT is anticipated to price lower than the roughly $1.7 million 21C. Czinger plans to construct 80 copies of the 21C, and it additionally unveiled a brand new V-Max model of the supercar proven at The Quail, with altered bodywork that Czinger claims is optimized for prime pace. Deliveries in each physique types are scheduled to start out in 2023.
Czinger plans to observe up the 21C and Hyper GT with extra fashions, all performance-oriented. They’re all prone to be low-volume as properly, as one draw back of Czinger’s distinctive manufacturing course of is that it isn’t geared towards churning out massive numbers of automobiles shortly. Every 21C will take an estimated 3,000 hours to finish, for instance. However Czinger does plan to supply contract manufacturing providers to different firms for small-batch orders.