Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus together with GranStudio and Paolo Garella unveiled its latest and greatest supercar, the stunning SCG003.
The SCG003 is a supercar that will make you drool, and it will be offered in two versions, the SCG003C (Competizione) which is a race car, and the SCG003S (Stradale) that is a road car.
“With minimal differences between the road and the race versions, SCG003 promises to deliver the experience of a modern, easy to drive race car, with down-force and engine torque that are unknown in the supercar world.”
The SCG003 is a completely new GT, inspired by the latest design and technologies developed in the LMP1/LMP2 series FIA World Endurance Championship. The surfaces of the car have been fashioned by the combined work of the talented styling team from Granstudio led by Lowie Vermeersch and Goran Popovic, together with the aerodynamic team of a young group of engineers from Podium Engineering supported by Paolo Catone the father of many successful racing cars.
The engine is a heavily modified version of Honda’s HPD twin-turbo 3.5-litre V6, good for an easy 600bhp. And the chassis is a carbon fibre monocoque, with carbon uprights and LMP2 levels of aerodynamic downforce. It is also notably smaller than the latest generation of hybrid hypercars, with a small cockpit designed to accommodate only hardcore enthusiasts.
The all carbon fiber structure has been designed to achieve maximum rigidity and flexibility in packaging, ease of maintenance and safety. The rear carbon fiber frame holds the suspension pick-‐up points and can be easily exchanged to allow the use of different engines on the same platform. The chassis has a very refined suspension layout with front and rear push-rods, similar to pushrod suspension used in F1 race cars.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus hopes to offer to a select group of enthusiasts the opportunity to drive a true racecar developed for the most challenging GT endurance race in the world, the 24H of the Nurburgring. Over the years modern supercars have challenged the lap time on the Nordschleife as an important indicator of performance and speed, SCG003 takes this challenge and extends it to racing the entire 24Hours of the Nurburgring.
With minimal differences between the road and the race versions, SCG003 promises to deliver the experience of a modern, easy to drive race car, with downforce and engine torque that are unknown in the supercar world.
The BOP rules will balance the car’s performance during the race, but the car’s true potential will be revealed to the final owner with sensations and emotions that only real race cars can give. Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is developing a racing program that will enable the owners to race their cars throughout the world. The race version of SCG003 can be easily owner converted to a road version should an owner so desire.
Scroll the gallery below to check out this amazing and visually striking supercar.