Czinger 21C, Pagani Huayra BC Pacchetto Tempesta, BMW M3 Touring: Car news of the day
A California company by the name of Czinger is developing a hybrid hypercar using innovative production methods, including 3D printing for all metal parts. The company is currently testing prototypes and as part of the testing drove one of the cars around the Laguna Seca circuit faster than any production car to date.
To mark the 10th anniversary of its Huayra supercar, Pagani introduced an upgrade package for the Huayra BC variant aimed at improving the car’s performance on the track. Called Pacchetto Tempesta, the package will be presented during Monterey Car Week 2021.
BMW’s M3 is set to create a wagon body style for the first time, and we just spotted a prototype. The camouflaged tester featured the signature four-tailpipe setup at the rear and tall kidney grilles at the front, both of which are also present on the M3 sedan.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s automotive news, right here at Driving authority.
Czinger claims 21C prototype already runs Laguna Seca 2s faster than McLaren Senna
Pagani Huayra BC Pacchetto Tempesta arrives with 816 hp, 6 tailpipes
2022 BMW M3 Touring spy shots: fast wagon arrives, but not in the US
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