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Feb 14, 2020
Kevin Czinger — with a silent C — has spent the past 11 years that we know of trying out various automotive concepts in Southern California. The Yale Law School graduate who built hot rods as a youth in Cleveland co-founded Coda Automotive in 2009, which tried to get off the ground with a re-engineered Chinese sedan converted to an all-electric powertrain. Coda went under in 2013 . In 2014. The next year, Czinger started Divergent 3d , which revealed the Blade supercar in 2015 . Czinger's point with the Blade was to convert automakers to novel production techniques, the Blade's chassis and body created with 3D-printed aluminum alloy. In 2019, Czinger formed an eponymous company taking the Blade as the inspiration for the Czinger 21C hybrid hypercar. In a previous interview with Road and Track , which deserves a read, Czinger said, "We’re looking to combine computing power, science, and additive manufacturing into one system." The 21C could be that blend, having clearly come a long way from the Blade . We don't know much about the coupe, Czinger preferring to wait for details until its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. The moody reveal video shows off the suite of hypercar cues like diminutive overhangs, the fulsome fenders, angry LED headlights, plenty of vents, center-lock wheels twirling around giant carbon ceramic rotors and beefy calipers, a serious wing hanging off the back, and what looks like a top-mount dual exhaust. Tandem seating — passenger behind driver — carries over from the Blade, and the copious exposed carbon fiber bodywork hides plenty of 3D-printed components. The brace connecting the carbon fiber steering column housing to the instrument panel, for instance, looks a prime culprit for additive manufacturing. The full-width roller coaster brake light ensures everyone behind the 21C will remember what they've just seen. The powertrain is an unknown beyond the descriptive that it's a "strong hybrid" developed in-house to deliver "dominating performance." Strong would be the correct word if the video can be trusted; at the 0:28 mark, the digital rev counter shows a redline beyond 10,000 rpm. We'll know more come Geneva. Related Video:
Coda Automotive Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Coda Automotive's headquarters?
Coda Automotive's headquarters is located at 1601 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica.
What is Coda Automotive's latest funding round?
Coda Automotive's latest funding round is Dead.
How much did Coda Automotive raise?
Coda Automotive raised a total of $611.5M.
Who are the investors of Coda Automotive?
Investors of Coda Automotive include Angeleno Group, Miles Rubin, Steven Heller, Aeris Capital, Riverstone Holdings and 18 more.
Who are Coda Automotive's competitors?
Competitors of Coda Automotive include Aptera and 6 more.
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