This will make the SCG 004S look tame.
If you thought the SCG 004S supercar was bonkers, wait until you see its track-focused sibling. Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has announced the imminent reveal of the SCG 004CS, a more track-focused, yet still road-legal version of the 004S. To whet the appetite, SCG has released some tantalizing specifications.
Originally, the 004S supercar was going to be powered by a twin-turbo LT4 5.0-liter V8 with approximately 650 hp. This has since changed, however, as the supercar will now use a modified version of the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 from the R35 Nissan GT-R. It remains to be seen which engine will power the 004CS, but the company has confirmed it will have a whopping 900 hp on tap. The car's advanced aerodynamics will also generate 900 pounds of downforce, according to SCG. Compared to the regular 004S, the 004CS features center-locking wheels, additional carbon fiber components, and a lower ride height
Following the release of the 004 S and 004 CS, the SCG will enter the 24 Hours of Nurburgring in 2020 with the track-only SCG 004 C, although no details about the car have been released yet. SCG plans to sell the regular 004S for around $400,000, with production limited to 250 units. No doubt the track-focused 004 CS will be even more expensive, and possibly more limited than its standard sibling.
SCG isn't only focusing on road and track cars either, as the company is also currently working on a modern version of the Baja Boot. Like its supercars, the hardcore off-roader will be road legal, while power will be provided by a 5.0-liter naturally aspirated V8.