The SCG 003 has returned in two fresh clips showing the car's engine being started up for the first time and then heading to the track.

The SCG 003 has returned in two fresh clips showing the car's engine being started up for the first time and then heading to the track.

Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG) is continuing development of their third model after the Enzo-based P4/5 and the 430 Scuderia-based P4/5 Competizione. The chassis #1 was out for a quick run with team driver Nicola Larini who completed two laps of the circuit with the SCG 003 described by Jim Glickenhaus as having a "LMP for GT" design.

There will be two versions of the SCG 003, one of the track and one for the road, with both of them sharing a carbon fiber chassis. The circuit-only version will be powered by a V6 twin-turbo engine whereas the road-legal car is going to come with a V12 twin-turbo. Thanks to the vehicle's modularity, SCG will be able to offer a conversion kit for turning the road version into the track model and vice versa.

A full reveal is scheduled for early March at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. Only a few units of the road-going car will be built while the track variant will race next year in the SPX Class for the VLM/24H Nürburgring Championship in May.

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SCG 003 starts for the first time and hits the track [videos]