A long sloping roofline also defines the saloon’s silhouette, with a high splitter and honeycomb bodystyling rounding off the rear end, elements of which could make their way into the SUV.
“We are using the design language of the 21C, so people will see it as a Czinger vehicle,” Czinger previously said.
It may also get similar features to the saloon, such as gullwing doors, 3D printed wheels and camera-operated side mirrors.
How it will look inside is unknown, given how little was revealed of the Hyper GT. The 21C provides few clues either, given it arrives as a central-seated 1+1.
Czinger has confirmed it will be sold in left-hand drive only, to lessen production costs. It is then expected to follow the saloon in being able accommodate four adults “with a lot of leg and head room” and be fitted with the latest tech.
Also like the saloon, just a 1000 will be made at its headquarters in Los Angeles. It is likely to follow its siblings in commanding a hefty price of between $750,000 (£613,260) and $1 million (£817,680).