Glickenhaus is a well-known name in the auto world because of the man’s unbridled passion for Ferrari, and his unique ways of indulging it. He first became famous for commissioning the Enzo-based P4/5, and then making a racing version of it. He now has build himself a new car, but it’s not a Ferrari! This is Scuderia Glickenhaus SCG003 in both road (Stradale) and race (Competizione) guises.
Scuderia Glickenhaus SCG003 may look like it is based on the Ferrari Enzo, and one might see some Veneno in it, and some Caparo T1, but the design is completely bespoke. They have gone to the trouble of crating two different looks for the road going and the race versions, which is commendable.
As for the technical features, while detailed specs are yet to be released, Scuderia Glickenhaus SCG003 is said to be using a twin-turbo Honda-sourced V6 engine, mounted in the middle of its carbon fiber chassis. Racing suspension and brakes are to be found on both versions, but the interior will probably be different, with the racing version getting stuff like bucket seats, harness, and roll cage.
More details about the Scuderia Glickenhaus SCG003 are expected to be released at the Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned.