The CEO and founder of the company, Kevin Czinger, was present as the host along with two 21C models in blue and white. The blue colored car is the Light Track model, while the white colored car displays the basic configuration.
Czinger plans to build 80 21C units at its facility, in Los Angeles. Each vehicle is supported by a capacity of 2,880 cc liter V8 engine with the support of two turbochargers and is capable of rotating up to 11,000 rpm. Other supporters in the form of two axial flux electric motors that drive the front wheels, where as a whole 21C is capable of spraying 1,250 horsepower.
With this configuration, the company said that 21C can accelerate from 0-100 km / h in 1.9 seconds, reach speeds of 300 km / h in just 15 seconds and continue to glide to 400 km / hour.
Czinger 21C will be offered with two gearbox configurations. The first is a competition gearbox that is optimized for use on the track, while the second for normal use. However, both are in the form of a seven-speed automatic sequential transmission.
Another fact that is quite impressive is that 21C has a weight of less than 1,200 kg.