Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus Developing Three-Seater Supercar

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is developing a three-seater supercar that will be built in the United States. Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is a small-scale car manufacturer that also happens to run a motorsport race team it shares its name with that competes in endurance races, primarily the Veranstaltergemeinschaft Langstreckenpokal Nürburgring (VLN) Endurance Championship, and is headed by James Glickenhaus. If the name seems familiar to you, that's because Glickenhaus isthe one who commissioned Pininfarina to recreate a modern version of the Ferrari P4 into the Ferrari P4/5 using the platform of a Ferrari Enzo Ferrari. While Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has so far only shared close-up photos of the car's exterior details and a couple of sketches of its interior on its Facebook page, company founder Glickenhaus has shared his ideas for the car: that it will be road-legal and built in the United States; it could have a 650 hp turbocharged engine that has 720 Nm of torque and is mated to gated six-speed manual transmission with a clutch pedal option; weigh around 1,100 kg thanks to its carbon-fiber chassis and body; and seat three people, with the driver right in the middle.

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus

For all that, Glickenhaus is estimating the price of his yet-unnamed supercar to be "around $400,000 (approximately P20 million)." While the car has yet to go into production, Glickenhaus has admitted that his company is now taking orders for it. "Things are going well and I'm very pleased that we're now receiving firm orders and deposits which will make this all possible," Glickenhaus shared on the Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus Facebook page. "I think we'll sell out our first 2018-2019 run of 20-25 cars soon. We have a lot of work to do. We're exploring interior lay out. These sketches of course are not to scale. They do show center driving position but foreshorten the other two seats to the left and right. I'm going to show you work in progress at a very early stage. I think it's fair to say that no other car company in the world would do this but I really appreciate all of your support and feedback. All car guys and car girls are brothers and sisters."

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