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Saturday, July 21, 2018

SCG is preparing the newest supercar inspired by the 1960s sports car

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is currently working on some new models, but if usually they show off the figure of supercars or racing car with great performance, but this time the latest car from this company is slightly different.
Rendering image of SCG 006. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2msDUaW)
Yes, now they are preparing a classic supercar model called SCG 006. This supercar will be a two-seat sports car. But until now, they have not revealed any details yet, but the model seems to take inspiration from the figure of sports cars from the 1960s era like Shelby Daytona and Ferrari 275 GTB and others.
Front view sketch of SCG 006. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2msDUaW)
The main key of this classic supercar design is a rounded front fascia and headlights are hidden. Moving backwards, we can see 4 classical wires wheels, and long shaped double exhausts coming out from the side, as well as ducktail.
Left side view sketch of SCG 006. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2msDUaW)
Although this car is not too focused on performance, but it still has a fairly impressive engine under the hood. Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus insists this model will use a 650 Hp powered engine mounted in front. This machine will be accompanied by a 6 speed manual transmission system or "paddle rear transaxle."
Rear view sketch of SCG 006. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2msDUaW)
The first image of the car depicts the Spyder variant, but the SCG 006 will also be offered as a coupe as well as a GT4 variant in the future. About the price, this car may be very expensive, because the basic version of the SCG 004S has priced starts from US. $400,000. Ofcourse it is not cheap, but the SCG 006 will look much more affordable than some of the Ferrari 275 versions currently known to be worth more than US. $10 million. 

But for now, we'll just have to wait patiently for further news and enjoy these concept drawings. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ROAD&ASPHALT]
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