Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus presents its new SCG 003 , a model that aims to bring the maximum possible competition, Le Mans, on the road and their lucky owners. It is offered in two variants, one dedicated solely to track and another, more interesting, enrollable for driving on the street.
SCG is not the first time that develops a car, with previous bets based on Ferrari. But now they wanted to create a street connecting / circuit much closer with a car that clearly reminds prototypes LMP1 Le Mans with the elegance moved to the street which surprise us these cars.
A design level we can only speak of a fairing , with a pointed nose on the front which leads to many air intakes, at an extremely low splitter or a sculpted wheel arches of nowhere where the optics are integrated. In central cabin lodges domed where its two occupants sit.
Walking the body back highlights the bonnet, where reigns center fin that sends us into a large spoiler fully integrated into the design. The back is a set of aerodynamic appendages where discrete rear lights or some escapes looming shyly also housed. The SCG 003 C (competizione) version looking beyond the limits of aerodynamics.
The SCG 003 has a motor supercharged 3.5-liter V6 that has passed through the hands of engineers to develop 530 horsepower and 700 Nm of torque . Associated with it is an automatic changes Hewland with paddles behind the steering wheel that sends power to the rear wheels. The street model also mount a new V6 engine, but is in development.
Best of all is that it has worked on minimizing weight. It all starts with monocoque carbon fiber weighing only 73 kilos. The whole, without going further, only weighs 1,350 kilos an almost perfect weight distribution of 49% on the front axle and 51% on the rear.
The Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 003 not arrive in your street version until later this year at a price yet unknown. The racing version will start running in the coming months. In the next Geneva was presented to the public.
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus Article SCG 003 of Le Mans to the street was originally published in Current Motor.