SCG Boot: an SUV from an American millionaire based on a model from the 60sAugust 20, 2019
James Glickenhaus, the head of the American Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, showed on his Facebook page a production version of the new SUV. The model was created based on the Hurst Baja Boot of the 60s and is able to drive along the Baja 1000 off-road race route.
The network revealed the design of a unique new SUV SCG Boot. The car is preparing for mass production, but in a small series. The novelty is intended for fans of off-road competitions, and already in stock form is able to overcome the full-fledged route of the Baja 1000 race. But thanks to a special package of improvements, it turns into a full-fledged car for participation in competitions.
SCG Boot is essentially a modern version of the 60s Hurst Baja Boot. This can be seen not only in design, but also in the principles of design. So far, many details have not been reported. It is known that the SUV received Fox sports shock absorbers with an internal bypass valve, 37-inch off-road tires, as well as Wilwood Dynapro brake calipers. The ground clearance is 394 mm and the suspension travel is 480 mm.
As the power unit will be used a 6.2-liter GM LT4 engine with a mechanical supercharger from the Chevrolet Corvette Z06. Its power is 659 horsepower and 881 Nm of torque.
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