Czinger relies on Gamma Technologies’ GT-SUITE to Optimize 21C Hypercar performance
Gamma Technologies, a global leader and innovator in multi-physics system simulation software, is pleased to welcome innovative carmaker, Czinger Vehicles, as one of its most recent clients to standardize virtual design and optimization on GT-SUITE. Czinger will use GT-SUITE simulations for the advanced hybrid powertrain of its 21C hypercar.
“At Czinger Vehicles, we’re driven by a passion to create hypercars that are beautiful in their appearance and deliver dominating performance,” remarked Jim Maher, Director of Powertrain at Czinger.
“We exploit the Divergent Adaptive Production System to design and manufacture the 21C. We are pleased to be working with GT as virtual testing and performance simulation are vital tools in the development and optimization of our complex hybrid powertrain systems and controls,” continued Maher.
“We are so excited when we have an opportunity to work with innovators that push the envelope of engineering such as the team at Czinger,” remarked Chris Walsh, CRO of GT. “Perfect for Pebble Beach – these cars are beautifully engineered and leverage system simulation early in the powertrain design process. We are proud that the team at Czinger saw how our proven, comprehensive suite of simulation tools can quickly and accurately help them validate and optimize their designs.”
Clayton Naber, Powertrain Simulation Engineer at Czinger, added: “Throughout the entire process, GT’s experience with global automakers, creating vehicles of all powertrain architectures from internal combustion to hybrid and battery electric vehicles, made their solutions the easy choice for us to help us engineer an advanced hybrid hypercar. Many of GT’s competitors could not offer us the simulation turnaround times we demand. GT-SUITE provides us a productive solution for our demanding engineering needs.”