The American car manufacturer Cameron Glickenhaus stable presented its 650hp 004S supercar to the Goodwood public. The road supercar was brought to the festival with a gold exterior paint, black trim and a large rear spoiler. With a beautiful appearance, in addition to arousing interest while stationary, he also took part in the uphill event typical of the event.
The car is based on the track SCG 004C and features a supercharged 650 horsepower V8 engine paired with a six-speed manual gearbox.. The car was hand-built in Connecticut, after obtaining clearance on American soil, and is described by the company as “like a road car born on the track“.
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It is expected that it will go on sale for 460 thousand dollars, approximately 390 thousand euros; will be equipped with OZ wheels paired with Michelin Pilot Cup Sport 2R tires. There will also be an option to get a special carbon fiber bodywork for an additional $ 70,000. Other options, Autocar reports, will include front and rear lifts, adjustable Bilstein shock absorbers and an onboard fire suppression system.
Inside the car, the driver’s seat is centrally positioned with the two passenger seats located behind. There are the reversing camera and an infotainment screen with Bluetooth connectivity, phone holder and USB charging sockets. So she won’t be as spartan as her racing cousins. The car could receive homologation for road use, but to know more details we will have to wait, with Cameron Glickenhaus stable now also very busy in her run-up to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.