, 2022-12-10 12:00:00,
Instead of building fancy hybrid inverters itself, Czinger pays McLaren Applied to get the some of the best EV tech in the game
Most boutique hypercar manufacturers, Koenigsegg and Pagani most notably, produce nearly everything bespoke, and most of the car is built in-house. Famously, Pagani uses Mercedes V-12s, but they are built by one guy in his own corner of an AMG factory specifically for Pagani. Czinger is the new kid on the block, and so far, it has made a name revolutionizing the way cars are built-automatically and with 3-D printing. Plus, it developed the most power-dense production ICE ever. But no company can do everything perfectly, so Czinger is now turning to McLaren Applied for inverters for the 21C track-focused hypercar.
McLaren Applied’s Inverter For Czinger Could Be Crucial In Future Of EVs
The Czinger C21 will use an inverter fro its hybrod system from McLaren Applied
The component in question is the next-generation IPG5 800V silicon carbide inverter. Essentially, in EVs, inverters are in charge of taking the electricity from the battery and transferring it to the electric motors. The silicon carbide part is what makes this specific inverter so impressive – it allows for better power density, motor control, and all-around efficiency. Nick Fry,…
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