Glickenhaus showed a brutal pickup with a hydrogen engineFebruary 14, 2021
The press service of the Glickenhaus company has published photos showing the future Boot Zero pickup, which in turn is to take part in the Baja 1000 rally races. The engine of the novelty runs on hydrogen.
SCG (Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus) was created by James Glickenhaus, a man who previously started his career as a filmmaker and producer and then founded his own automotive company that builds off-road vehicles.
Glickenhaus’ company was able to outrun the Ford Bronco R SUV in the 2019 Baja 1000 rally race in its Boot SUV.
Mr Glickenhaus recently released his plans for a hydrogen-powered rally pickup truck. It is reported that the debut of the novelty is not so long left to wait. The head of the company separately mentions that the new pickup will have a very good range at one gas station.
His message about the new product, Mr. Glickenhaus backed up with two photographs of the future pickup, two-door and four-door versions. The machine was named Boot Zero. According to the available insider data, the new concept should take part in the Baja 1000 rally races. Nothing is known about the technical characteristics of the new product.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus showed a truly wild all-terrain vehicle. The press service of SCG has published a render of a spectacular all-terrain vehicle, which in fact was “assembled” from the 004 sports car and the Boot SUV. There is no word yet on whether the brand will be presenting a production version of the resulting rally car.
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