The American car company Czinger announced its first hypercar at the beginning of last year, but details were far from being reached after the start of the Pandemic. But it’s back to Cringer’s 21C Radar and it looks pretty futuristic. The hypercar achieves a 3D-printed body, where each component of the car is computationally designed, printed and assembled. This achieves low weight.
This is the company’s first model in a series of exclusive performance vehicles. The automaker, which uses a human-invented human AI production system to build these vehicles, says Cringer 21C touches the pinnacle of human AI creativity.
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Presented in March before the cancellation of the Geneva International Motor Show last March, only 80 units of this hyper car will be produced. Each component of this car manufactured using AI has been optimized in terms of weight. With an updated width of 2050 mm, this hypercar with a dry weight of less than 1240 kg is capable of mixing up to 1250 hp.
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The 21C has a 2.88-liter flat-bottomed crank with a double V8 crank located in the center vehicle, along with an 800 V electric drive and Regen system. An electronic motor can drive each front wheel and the batteries can be charged during operation via regenerative braking and a Motor Generator Unit (MGU) that uses a gear transmission connected to the IC motor.
The hypercar has a speed of 452 kmph and the company also says it can reach almost 100 kmph in 1.9 seconds. According to reports, each Czinger 21C will cost approximately $ 2 million ₹14 million and deliveries will be made in 2023.
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