Not simply content with owning one of the fastest production cars, Czinger recently launched the second version of the 21C and this model is called the V Max. Czinger 21C V Max is basically a long tail design version compared to the standard version. At the same time, according to the name, this model is designed to focus on achieving maximum speed instead of handling ability.

The front bumper of the car has been redesigned by Czinger with a carbon fiber front splitter and reduced size compared to the original version. The two sides of the vehicle’s body have been redesigned to be more compact, helping to increase the vehicle’s aerodynamic efficiency. The skirts and air dams have been revised and the surfaces around the large side air intakes have also been refreshed. A set of carbon fiber wheel covers has also been developed.

Like the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+, the rear of the Czinger 21C V Max has been lengthened compared to the standard model and also does not have a fixed rear wing. The exhaust has also been moved to the engine cover and a simpler diffuser is also present. Czinger says the V Max’s body design has been engineered to produce the lowest possible drag coefficient. Even though the brand does not announce the drag coefficient, this model will certainly be significantly better than the standard model.

The car’s engine block remains the same, that’s why the car uses a 2.88-liter twin-turbo V8 engine combined with a Hybrid system to deliver a combined capacity of 1,250 horsepower. Czinger says the car can accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h in less than 1.9 seconds, run the quarter mile in 8.1 seconds and will achieve a speed of 0-402-0 km/h in lap of 27 seconds, eclipsing the Koenigsegg Regera’s record of 31.49 seconds.

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