Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus revealed the details of its SCG003 during its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
The SCG003 has an all-carbon-fiber structure that has been designed "to achieve maximum rigidity and flexibility in packaging, ease of maintenance and safety." Its rear carbon-fiber frame holds the suspension pick-up points, and it supposedly can be easily exchanged to allow the use of different engines on the same platform. The chassis also has a refined suspension layout with front and rear pushrods.
A 3.5-liter V6 TT engine that was developed by Autotecnica Motori and which was derived from a Honda Performance Development V6 mill, will power the SCG003C Competizione race car (below). Mated to it is a paddle-shift-equipped Hewlan gearbox. A V6TT engine that Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is currently developing will be utilized on the road-going SCG003S Stradale.
With minimal differences between the road and race versions, the SCG003 is said to be capable of being easily converted from its race version to the road-going version "should an owner so desire."
The SCG003 went on sale in racing form at the Geneva Motor Show, with orders for the road car to be taken prior to its delivery to customers later this year.