Big news is gaining with the one and only Mr. James Glickenhaus and his latest creation, the SCG 003, under his collaborative project, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus.
Over the past few months, SCG has been busy with their next car, which succeeds the original Pininfarina P4/5 and P4/5 Competizione. So far, the SCG 003 is slated to have more than one engine option, but for different purposes. For instance, the road-going version is expected to come with a 12-cylinder mid-mounted engine while the motorsports version sports a force-fed Honda V6 for the next 24 Hours of Nurburgring.
BMW and BMW Blog report that Munich is retracting their plans to reveal a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle at Detroit next month for the 2015 North American International Auto Show.
The Roundel didn’t disclose the reasons why, but according to press speculation, the BMW could be focusing more on their projects with Toyota.
This doesn’t mean BMW’s plans for an FCV are defunct now since BMW still wants to reveal one, but first they need to redesign their current concepts and use approaches similar to ones used for the i3 and i8.
Source: BMW / BMW Blog
GM’s Vice President of Global Design, Ed Welburn, sat down recently with AutomotiveNews, who said the new Cadillac CT6 will feature Cadillac’s latest design language, but it won’t be modeled after the Elmiraj Concept, unfortunately.
That said, we can expect other Cadillac models to resemble the CT6 with various design cues, both on the inside and out.
Welburn also reaffirmed President Johan de Nysschen’s plans to introduce a new range-topping model by 2020 to compete against the Mercedes-Benz S-Class, the BMW 7-Series, the Jaguar XJ, the Lexus LS and the Audi A8, to name a few.
Source: Automotive News
Nissan has another reveal to add to the list for Detroit–the 2016 Titan, which is also hyped to feature an all-new Cummins diesel engine, to put the Titan into the realm of the light-duty diesel pickup, alongside the Dodge Ram EcoDiesel.
Not much is still known about the new Titan, but the signature engine is supposed to be Cummins’ all-new 5.0L V8 diesel.
Expect an entirely new truck from the ground up as the outgoing Titan is well past its due date.
Check out the video after the jump.
AutomotiveNews reports Alfa Romeo is working on their own line of performance engines for future models, which is reminiscent of Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles’ five-year plan and strategy for Alfa reentry into the US market. The plan is to bring Alfa Romeo back to the brand that people once admired and the 4C is part of this push. Next up to be revealed is a new midsize sedan.
But to make sure Alfa is on par with the competition, the brand is reportedly working on their own performance engines, with one being a new 2.9L twin-turbocharged V6 good for 480hp. That engine is still based off of the 3.0L unit in the Maserati Quattroporte and Ghibli. There’s also a new 2.0L turbo four in the works, capable of anywhere from 180hp to 330hp for rear- or all-wheel drive applications. And for Europe. a new 2.2L turbodiesel four can offer from 135hp to 210hp.
From what we know following previous rumors, the new Alfa sedan will be sized between a BMW 3-Series and 5-Series and should be offered with rear-wheel drive while a high-performance GTA version is also said to be in the works. The sedan should surface sometime in 2016, and interestingly it won’t be called the Giulia, according to AN.
Ford currently doesn’t make the F150 Raptor with the latest generation, yet, until Detroit, when it’s rumored to surface. So if you are truly that impatient, or just want something different, Hennessey has something for you.
It’s called the Velociraptor 600 Supercharged F150 and much like the name says, it’s a serious upgraded F150, made possible by the boffins at Hennessey Performance. Based on the 2015 F150, the new Hennessey Velociraptor 600 features a supercharged 5.0L V8 to churn out 600hp, though various tunes are available for customers to choose.
It’s official. The 2015 Detroit Auto Show is going to be a big one. From the next Cadillac CTS-V, to Lexus’ new F model, and even Ford bringing the GT–this will undoubtedly be the biggest Detroit Auto Show yet because Acura just confirmed the revealing of the all-new production NSX at the Cobo Center next month.
Click here for more news on the Acura NSX.
After nearly 10 years of rumors, teasers, and concepts, Honda and Acura are ready to unleash the NSX. We’re not going to lie, we were really really worried at first since the NSX started to seem like old news five years ago.
Set to debut on January 12, 2015, the all-new Acura NSX revives a long legacy that dates back to 1991.
Check out the press release after the jump along with a 30 second teaser.
Motoring in Australia reports Nissan’s IDx Concept could eventually lead to a Silvia successor.
Not too long ago, Nissan revealed the IDx Concept as a pitch at a possible compact rear-wheel drive sports coupe that’s lightweight with small and efficient engines. It would be a close competitor to the Toyota GT 86 trio and would essentially act as the 370Z’s little brother.
However, the concept is sort of stuck in limbo as Nissan is unsure about approving the IDx for production. To retest the waters, Nissan is believed to be revealing a revised IDx Concept at the 2015 Tokyoa Motor Show next October. Should all go well, a launch in 2017 should happen in addition to there being a high-performance NISMO version.
Mr. James Glickenhaus and his team, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus just dropped some new teasers for their next car, the SCG 003, which is set to debut in 2015.
Developed at the behest of the same hands who also built the P4/5 and P4/5 Competizione, the SCG 003 succeeds these two in strong spirit.
So far, SCG confirmed to be revealing the new car at the Geneva Motor Show in both track and road-going forms. The chassis is built entirely out of carbon fiber and there are several options for engines, including a twin-turbo V12 for the road going version and a twin-turbo V6 for the track version.
Those are interest in the road-legal version should be prepared to set aside $2.8 million while the motorsports version is going to compete in next year’s 24 Hours of Nurburgring in the SPX class.
Source: Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus
Lexus jumped on the teaser and reveal bandwagon today to let us know they too are also bringing something flavorful to Detroit next month, and it’s an obvious new F model.
We speculate it could be the highly anticipated GS F, which has been on high alert after many spy shots of several test mules surfaced within the last year.
You can see from the teaser however that the car being hinted is quite aggressive, with Lexus’ large spindle F grille and a huge gaping air duct under the front headlights. Oh, and there are those massive multi-spoke wheels and brakes.
So add another to your list and check off January 13th on your calendar.
See the press release after the jump.