Zinger unveiled its 21C V Max for the first time in Europe at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, sporting a new bright orange livery.
The V Max is the high-speed version of the first 21C production car to set lap records at Laguna Seca and Circuit of the Americas.
The car uses an advanced hybrid powertrain that features a 2.88-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine to produce up to 1,350 horsepower.
The company’s founders, Kevin and Lucas Zinger, explained that the hypercar’s design was inspired by the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, including the instrument panel layout and the 2-abreast seating layout. This setup also maximizes aerodynamics and downforce. It reduces drag while generating 2.5 tons of downforce at 322 km/h.
As for the color, Golden State of Mind is a tribute to the California poppy that blooms every spring and lights the rolling hills of the state bright orange. This color pays homage to the birthplace of the hypercar brand.
Inside, the V Max features an army green leather interior with gray wool upholstery that mirrors the carbon fiber twill in the front seats.
Zinger was founded in 2019 by Kevin and Lucas Zinger and currently has 15 offices worldwide, including in London, Barcelona, Munich, Frankfurt and Tokyo.
The Los Angeles-based company aims to lead the automotive industry by using artificial intelligence to develop the design and performance of its vehicles into an environmentally friendly system. In addition to the 21C model for launch this year, Zinger is also developing a A four-seater coupe called the Hyper GT will be released at a later date.