American supercar maker Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is getting ready to debut the SCG004C and SCG004CS.
The SCG004C is a track-only model designed for GTE, GT3, and GT4 racing, while the SCG004CS will be a road-legal variant. In March, SCG announced it will be racing a pair of SCG004Cs next year, one of which will be the road-legal CS version. The company plans on driving the CS to the track, swapping the road engine for the race engine and seeing how it performs.
Both cars will be powered by a twin-turbo V6 engine plucked from the Nissan GT-R, with a more powerful version sporting around 800 to 900 horsepower being offered on the CS. Originally, SCG was going to use a 5.0-liter V8, but decided on the GT-R’s powerplant because “it’s a great engine, does very well in racing, is able to make a lot of power in road legal form and is very compact allowing great aero.”
The SCG004C and SCG004CS joins the SCG004S street car, which the automaker expects to produce around 250 units per year starting in 2020. Deliveries however, will start before the end of the year for the SCG004S, which sports around 690 hp from the GT-R engine. Priced from around $400,000, SCG said it’s already sold out of this year’s allocation.
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