Czinger has yet to start customer deliveries of the potent 21C and the small automaker has already unveiled its second production model. Dubbed the Hyper GT, it is a sleek four-seater that will form part of a six-car range that Czinger plans to introduce in the next seven years.
Powering the Czinger Hyper GT is the same powertrain as the 21C hypercar, meaning it has a 2.88-liter flat-plane crank V8 with a pair of turbochargers, an 800-volt electrical architecture, and supplementary hybrid power. It will be good for 1,250 hp and will likely prove to be one of the fastest four-seaters on the planet, although probably not quite matching the Koenigsegg Gemera with its 1,700 hp.
Visually, the Hyper GT shares almost nothing in common with the 21C. The front end of the car is characterized by a pair of slim headlights and lacks a traditional grille. While we’re not yet sure how Czinger can adequately cool the high-revving V8, there’s no denying that the front end is sleek and certainly very distinctive.
The sensual design of the Hyper GT continues along the sides where there are large gullwing doors, wing cameras, and no visible door handles. The expansive glasshouse makes the car stand out even further, as do the black pillars. Key elements of the car’s rear-end design including the central exhausts, prominent mesh design and the flowing lines that will no doubt aid in aerodynamics.
Czinger has not yet said when it intends to begin selling or producing the Hyper GT, nor how much it will cost.
Speaking with Autoweek, company founder Kevin Czinger said the Hyper GT will make use of the brand’s human AI and 3D-printing production techniques. Czinger says its innovative production technique is proving so popular that no less than “six different major automotive brands” have purchased the manufacturing technology from it.