Singer Vehicle, which created the Zinger 21C hypercar in 2020 and then announced plans to expand its range of cars to six or seven models by 2030, has announced two new cars. The first of the new products was the Czinger 21C V Max — a modification of an existing coupe — and the second was a completely new car, known so far under the code name Czinger Hyper GT. And this is despite the fact that deliveries have not even begun to the model that already exists in reality-the firstborn.
Buyers of the Zinger 21C have not yet received their models, and they have already been offered a new Czinger 21C V Max hypercar. The car, designed to drive at maximum speed, has a new body design — the front and rear parts of the car have been redesigned, almost all aerodynamic elements have been removed and the most streamlined shapes have been given.
There are no technical changes, which means that the hypercar printed on a 3D printer has retained a 1,250-horsepower power plant, including a 2.9-liter V8 turbo engine and two electric motors – one on each of the front wheels – combined with a 7—speed robotic gearbox and all-wheel drive.
The second novelty should be the Czinger Hyper GT. Luxury four-seater Grand Turismo with doors of the “wings of the seagull” type, expensive finishes, and rich equipment. However, there is no detailed information about the new model.
It is promised only that it will receive a hybrid power plant. There is no information about the timing of the start of production and the circulation of new items — the same 21C V Max will be made in the amount of 80 pieces with delivery to customers in 2023.