Millionaire from the United States made an SUV with a 40-cm ground clearance and a V8 engineFebruary 1, 2019
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus Unveils Serial SUV Design
The company Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG), owned by American millionaire and director James Glikenhaus, showed images of the production version of the off-road vehicle Boot. At the same time, the manufacturer introduced the four-door version at once, explaining that all five two-door vehicles were already sold out. Including the SUV in the race specification, but with tolerance on ordinary roads.
The SUV, which seats up to four people, is equipped with a 659-horsepower G8 compressor from the Chevrolet Corvette Z06. The ground clearance of the SCG Boot is 394 millimeters, and the suspension travel is 508 millimeters.
Total Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus plans to collect 17 Boot instances. Each of them costs from 287 500 dollars
The SUV can be ordered in an armored version with protection of the sixth level (withstands a shot from the M16 and a Kalashnikov machine gun), as well as the racing version for the Baja 1000. Buying the latter provides technical support from Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus.
In the spring of 2018, the head of the company, James Glikenhaus, announced that in 2020 he intends to make a transcontinental journey on an off-road vehicle Boot. The starting point will be Times Square. From there, the SUV will move to the Bering Strait, which it will cross on a specially designed inflatable pontoon. Further, the route will run along the highway “Kolyma” and the Trans-Siberian highway.
In addition to Boot, in the SCG lineup there is a supercar SCG 003 and a mid-engined sports car 004S. The company is also preparing to submit a retro sportcar SCG 006, made in the style of the classic Ferrari 250.
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