SCG003S American Supercar

Mar 2, 2015

Category: Rides

The next time the conversation turns to supercars, you might have a tough time remembering to mention the SCG003S. But aside from its tricky name, there are plenty of reasons it deserves mention.

Startup Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, led by former movie director and magnate James Glickenhaus, is where the SCG comes from, with the S standing for “stradale,” which is Italian for “street.” The track-only SCG003C (C for “Competizione”) will be unveiled this week at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The exact speed specs aren’t known yet, but we do know a twin turbo Honda V6 is under the hood (expect ~600 horsepower), and with a lightweight (2,646 lb), custom-built chassis made totally from carbon fiber, we imagine nosebleed speed won’t be a problem. The bodywork is actually removable, meaning you can go from race mode to street mode if you have the urge to do so. [Purchase]

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