Here then is the latest project from the American film producer turned car manufacturer. A car built to compete in the SPX at the famous Nürburgring 24 and its supporting VLN series and should be homologated to race in GT3-based series around the world.
It looks, we think, like a Lotus Evora, a Ford GT and a Ferrari 488 Pista had some kind of unholy tryst and this was the result. The Glickenhaus carries the front aero work that defined the Pista (letting air flow through the nose), lights and front arches reminiscent of the Evora, and the incredible rear aero work of the GT (flying buttresses to the max). But all added together the SCG 004C is very much its own car, and nothing like anything we've seen before.
Under the bonnet you'll find a retuned-version of GM's 6.2-litre LT4 V8. The road car will carry a turbocharged LT4, while the race car runs naturally – meaning it sounds pretty incredible when the test driver sticks his toe down. We really can't wait to see this flying through the Karrusell.