Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG004S specs
|Curb weight||1179 kg (2599 lbs)|
|Origin country||United States|
|Engine type||Supercharged SOHC V8|
|Displacement||6.2 l (378 ci)|
|Power||659 ps (650 bhp / 485 kw) @ 6400 rpm|
|Torque||881 Nm (650 lb-ft) @ 3600 rpm|
|Power / liter||106 ps (105 hp)|
|Power / weight||559 ps (551 bhp) / t|
|Torque / weight||747 Nm (551 lb-ft) / t|
|Transmission||6-speed manual, 7-speed automatic|
|Layout||middle engine, rear wheel drive|
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TypeF173 2m ago
Quote>"Just to clear things up, the law requires all automobile prototypes to be crash-tested before they can be offered to consumers. All new or updated models are crash-tested within each automaker’s testing facilities before mass production. However, there is no requirement that automakers have to release the test results to the public. There is also NO REQUIREMENT that vehicles must be crash-test rated by one or both of the independent rating organizations, according to Consumer Reports. Consequently, the prototype models of almost 500,000 automobiles sold each year have not undergone either NHTSA or IIHS testing."
TypeF173 3m ago
Quote>"News Releases: Headquarters | Air and Radiation (OAR)
EPA Seeks Input from Small Businesses on Potential Multi-Pollutant Emissions Standards for Light-Duty and Medium-Duty Vehicles for Model Years 2027 and Later
May 16, 2022
EPA Press Office (firstname.lastname@example.org)
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is inviting small businesses to participate as Small Entity Representatives (SERs) for a Small Business Advocacy Review (SBAR) Panel. This Panel will focus on the agency’s development of a rule that would propose to reduce air pollutant emissions, including greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and criteria air pollutants (such as nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, and particulate matter) from light-duty (LD) vehicles and medium-duty (MD) vehicles. As with other EPA motor vehicle regulatory programs, these standards would affect companies that manufacture or sell passenger cars and light trucks (LD vehicles) and certain larger pickups, vans, and trucks (MD vehicles).
There is a need for deeper emission reductions from the LD and MD vehicle sectors to protect public health and welfare. EPA recently finalized more stringent GHG emission standards for LD vehicles through model year 2026. That action serves as an important launch point for this new rulemaking addressing model year 2027 and later. EPA is taking this action under its authority under the Clean Air Act, and it is also responsive to Executive Order 14037.
Three categories of small entities may be affected by the proposed new emission standards.
Small entities that seek EPA Certificates of Conformity in order to sell new light-duty and medium-duty vehicles in the U.S. This includes companies that produce and sell vehicles directly (Small-Entity LD/MD Vehicle Manufacturers) and those that import vehicles from outside the U.S. and adapt them to meet EPA emission standards (Small-Entity LD/MD Independent Commercial Importers).
Small entities that convert previously certified vehicles to operate partially or fully on alternative fuels (Small-Entity LD/MD Alternative Fuel Converters).
The Panel will include federal representatives from the Small Business Administration (SBA), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and EPA. The Panel members will ask a selected group of SERs to provide advice and recommendations on behalf of their company to inform the Panel members about the potential impacts of the proposed rule on small entities.
EPA seeks self-nominations directly from the small businesses that may be subject to the rule requirements. Other representatives, such as trade associations that exclusively or at least primarily represent potentially regulated small businesses, may also serve as SERs.
Self-nominations may be submitted through the link below and must be received by May 31.
Nominate yourself as a SER: https://www.epa.gov/reg-flex/potential-sbar-panel-multi-pollutant-emissions-standards-model-years-2027-and-later-light."
Shwingbob 3m ago
TypeF173 6m ago
Quote>"That's a very interesting insight - quite an eye-opener. Speaking of manufacturing, your application to the NHTSA to be a low-volume manufacturer was approved in 2017 and now Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is a company which manufactures road cars and race cars, Le Mans Hypercars, and extreme off-road vehicles like the Boot which humiliated Ford by winning the Baja 1000 last year. What determines that huge breadth of interest for you?
When we began making road legal versions of race cars, we were doing that under a law which had been introduced by President Obama in 2015. However the legal landscape changed as time went on, so we MET with NHTSA and AGREED to meet ALL required Federal motor vehicle SAFETY standards, CRASH test the cars and work with the EPA to get certifications for our engines, with the idea of operating under the regular manufacturers’ law. The low-volume manufacturer part simply refers to the fact that we manufacture up to 4,999 vehicles a year. So what we do now has nothing to do with the Obama law or the previous law that we made very few cars under. Our cars are fully compliant with emissions and US motor vehicle standards, as we're basically buying brand new emissions compliant engines from OEMs and installing them without modification into our vehicles."
The ORIGINAL bill was passed by Congress in 2015.
H.R.2675 referred to "replica motor vehicles". As he stated the LEGALITIES changed. So NO "jibber jabber" about it. Outdated, outmoded and completely irrelevant and more importantly the NHTSA and EPA do NGAF!
TypeF173 6m ago
TypeF173 6m ago
Quote>"Jim Glickenhaus' dream is to sell you a street car that's largely similar to the cars his team races at the Nürburgring. In the US, Glickenhaus' company, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG), is one step closer to realizing his dream. SCG announced today that it was just granted low-volume MANUFACTURER STATUS by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)."
Quote>"It’s important to note that while this NHTSA EXEMPTION allows SCG to set up a manufacturing facility in the US, its cars will still have to MEET ALL SAFETY and EMISSION required under state law. Otherwise, you wouldn't be able to register them for road use."
Quote>"This means that SCG can now build up to 325 cars per year in the US that don’t need to comply with certain federal safety and emissions regulations. That’s crucial because without the NHTSA exception, low-volume manufacturers wouldn’t stay in business. Mostly because the number of prototypes the US government requires for crash testing would likely outnumber the small players’ annual production figures. SCG’s current offerings, the 003 line (Corsa, Corsa Stradale and Stradale), are all built to the FIA’s crash standards, so there's no question about safety, though."
I know about their Endurance racing highlights and you CANNOT turn up with just anything. This is going to take quite some research. LOL! But that's cool, because he is!
TypeF173 6m ago
Quote>"Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has been hard at work designing its center-seat SCG 004S supercar for production. First introduced in 2017, the carbon-chassis mid-engine coupe is finally rounding the last corners of development. It was subject to its first crash test, a head-on frontal impact, in May 2021. Now its just passed another crash-safety-related milestone."
Quote>"Glickenhaus published a video to its social media channels Wednesday showing the SCG 004S surviving an offset frontal impact. By crash test standards the impact was relatively drama-free—the front structure of the vehicle took on most of the impact as it should have, keeping the passenger safety cell safe and unharmed. It doesn't even look as if the windshield was damaged. The only thing we can say for sure didn't make it was the front clamshell piece. The company confirmed on Friday via Twitter the test netted a "Very Good" passing grade."
Quote>"For small companies like Glickenhaus, crash-testing is by far the most expensive hurdle to selling cars to the public. The company told us in March certifying the 004S for the road would cost them just under $1 million, despite plans to use a single car for every necessary test. Of course, that price doesn't take into account the costs of developing a car with a central driving position to meet modern safety standards. This stuff starts to add up, especially if Glickenhaus only plans to build 25 examples—even with a $400,000 base price."
TypeF173 6m ago
SSC North America, Hennessey and Czinger need to step the HELL up in their transparency and willingness to share the critically vital information that's part of the engineering that goes into these beautiful machines>
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus an absolute massive tip of the hat Sirs to you! I was tracking the 007 but not the others much. I'm glad I was informed! Thank You! THIS is HOW you do it!
Nmo 6m ago
Rare car but kindofv horrible
hostboy 10m ago
Again, not a SOHC.
Shwingbob 10m ago
It doesn't have the scg 003 or 007 I don't know how to submit cars
aaayy 3y ago
Pain in the ass to find the engine for this. Originally, it was gonna have a 5.0 twin turbo V8, but then I found some articles saying that it was gonna have a tuned Nissan GT-R engine. Than I looked on the website, and on a few more articles where they said the base engine is a LT4 V8.