It’s been a long time since an American vehicle has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans and James Glickenhaus says it’s the ideal opportunity for that to change. Thus, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus has unveiled the 007 Le Mans Hypercar.
The organization didn’t say much regarding the 007, however, it costs $2.2 (£1.7/€2) million will be eligible to contend in the most well-known race on the planet. It will likewise include a twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 motor that can deliver 840 hp (626 kW/852 PS) for “30 hours in a row.”
The organization said “When the ACO and the FIA distributed guidelines to build up another top class of perseverance hustling, SCG saw an otherworldly chance. We could construct an excellent games vehicle to race in the top class of the WEC and at Le Mans.”
This open-door pushed SCG to unite a group of F1 and LMP1 veterans to make a hypercar from a “clear piece of paper.” This is an overwhelming assignment, so they likewise collaborated with Platform Cutting edge innovations to assist them with building up the vehicle.
That being stated, the 007 is as yet a work in progress. Designing work is “well in progress” and they’ll start air stream testing this month.
On the off chance that everything works out as expected, designing will be completed by June and the subsystem get together will be prepared in July. The organization at that point intends to construct the vehicle in August and start investigation testing by September.
The group is lead by head Luca Ciancetti and chief Matteo Cavedoni. They’ll be upheld by boss specialist Imprint Tatham and a large group of others responsible for segments, for example, the case, brakes, motor, and electronics.
Concerning Glickenhaus himself, he’s “boss cook and bottle washer.” He included, “We will be standing in the downpour at Le Mans, viewing a vehicle we made haze past. It will be a pleasing day for us and America.”