Source: Business Insider
LA-based car startup Czinger has announced the full details of its 21C, a hybrid supercar set to debut at the Geneva International Motor Show next month. The 21C is equipped with two electric motors driving the front wheels, along with a mid-mounted, twin-turbocharged V8. The combination pumps out 1,250 horsepower, Czinger claims. The car weighs 2,755 pounds, hits 62 mph in 1.9 seconds, and boasts a quarter-mile time of just 8.1 seconds, according to Czinger. The company says it’s capable of a top speed of 268 mph. Czinger will build 80 21Cs, which will start at a reported $1.7 million each. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . In a world of otherworldly electrified cars, there tends to be a lot of hype and not much substance. Consider Faraday Future, which was supposed to take down Tesla , or the Cybertruck’s windows, which weren’t supposed to break . Let’s hope California-based car startup Czinger bucks that trend. Czinger made waves last week when it announced plans to reveal a “dominating” and “groundbreaking” hybrid supercar at the Geneva International Motor Show next month.