Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has revealed new renderings for its upcoming Le Mans race car, the SCG 007. The car, now in advanced stages of development, sports an updated design with more curves and longer overhangs. It'll make 840 horsepower from a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V-6, weigh 2425 pounds, and possibly make its racing debut at this year's Le Mans 24-hour race.
Glickenhaus first revealed its plans to take on Le Mans in 2018, releasing renderings of the 007's initial design in a lovely white and blue livery. In December 2019 it was revealed the 007 was already in development to compete in Le Mans' new Hypercar class, where it will face off against competitors such as the Aston Martin Valkyrie and Toyota's GR Super Sport.
The racing version of the SCG 007 is set to begin testing in July 2020. Glickenhaus plans to make a handful of road-going versions to adhere to homologation rules. According to the company's press release, pricing for the car is set at around $2.1 million, though it's unclear if that's for the street-legal version or the full-on race variant.
We can't wait to see this thing in the flesh.