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Here are a few examples of press.
“The speeds this thing can hit are immense, which is what happens when you have a car that weighs around 2700 pounds and has about 700 horsepower. . . And at 160 mph, it feels like it's just starting to pull.”
“Even driven fairly slowly, this car is a riot. It's the rare supercar that doesn't need to be driven flat out to be fun. Somehow, a car that can run a 6:33 at the Nurburgring in race trim is also fun when it's cautiously hustled around Monticello. It's mind boggling.”
“It's also better to drive, even in this development phase, than products from supercar makers that have been around long enough to celebrate meaningful anniversaries.”
“[T]he SCG003S oozes performance and you can smell the hard work and engineering that’s gone into it.”
"[T]he most amazing thing is that the 003S does not drive like a race car. It actually just feels like a road car. Which, given what it looks like, takes your mind a while to adjust to."
"Throwing it down a road, the car has a fluidity to it. It isn’t frenetic or deflected by whatever road environment throws at it, which is comforting. However, bury your right foot in the long-travel pedal and the engine gains a whole new character."
Watch the Glickenhaus SCG003 destroy the Nurburgring in 6:33
Top Gear June 12, 2017
"Looks like it’s in fast-forward. Isn’t"
"Well, remember when James Glickenhaus said the SCG003S would be the fastest-cornering car on sale, capable of more than 2g in the bends? Watch the g-meter in the video; it repeatedly crests the 2g barrier and spends a good chunk of time nudging 1.8 and 1.9. We’re talking about a car that can – on race slicks, admittedly – make you twice as heavy sideways as you are vertically. And that’s something worth pondering for a moment."
SCG Racing in Videogames
SCG models are currently racing in the following games