The SCG 003 has made its official debut. Available as a road-going Stradale, as well as track-only Competizione, the SCG (Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus) 003 is the third model from the Italian-based company – hence “003”.
Developed by the team that brought us the spectacular Ferrari Enzo-based P4/5, the pair share a carbon fibre chassis. Powering the race-spec Competizione is an uprated version of Honda’s 3.5-litre twin-turbo V6 engine churning out 390kW (530HP) at 6,800rpm and 700Nm at 4,500rpm, connected to a sequential transmission.
For track duties, the Competizione weighs just 1,350kg, with a weight distribution of 49:51. It has double wishbone front and rear suspension with KW adjustable dampers and pushrod-operated front and rear anti roll bars. The car rolls on 18-inch lightweight wheels.
Meanwhile, SCG hasn’t released details of the road-going Stradale’s powerplant, except that it will be propelled by a twin-turbo V6 currently in development. But for those who can’t wait, SCG says the 003C can be converted into a road-legal supercar.
Deliveries for the 003S is scheduled to start by the end of the year. SCG has also entered a 003C into the Nürburgring 24 Hours challenge.