This LA-Based Startup Is Building a Center-Seat Hypercar "for the 21st Century"

Los Angeles company Czinger has released a teaser video for its new hypercar, the 21C, revealing the car’s looks for the first time and promising “dominating” performance. Sporting some extreme body lines, a mid-engine layout, and a center seating position, it’s safe to say we’re interested.

Czinger says the car will make its full debut at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show on March 3rd. No specs of the car have been released, but judging by the video, it’s likely this thing is quick. There are some LMP-style wheel arches up front, and a low, flat rear end that looks like it channels a lot of air. There’s also massive wing out back, and a cockpit centered in the middle of the car. A brief glimpse of the dashboard reveals a thin horizontal rev counter screen not unlike the one found on the 720S.

This car is the latest from Kevin Czinger, CEO of Divergent 3D, the same company that built a one-off supercar from 3D-printed parts as a proof-of-concept. It’s no coincidence that car and this new 21C share many design cues. The video shows some of the 21C’s parts being 3D-printed, which makes sense.

We’re curious to see what kind of performance the 21C has in store once it drops at Geneva.

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