Glickenhaus to Build Another Ferrari-Based Supercar

Ferrari P4/5 Competizione 1 photo
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Seven years have passed since James Glickenhaus finished his unique Ferrari P4/5 Competizione, and the exclusive car builder is ready to develop a new Maranello-based supercar.
According to, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus is working on a vehicle which is supposed to be smaller and lighter that the P4/5. To achieve a curb weight of only 725 kg (1,600 lbs), SCG wants to make both the chassis and the body from carbon fiber.

Glickenhaus says that the car's design will feature "three wings" that will be "integrated into the shape", while "the cockpit and door's operation will be a bit Modulo". We wish we could explain that a little bit more, but we have no clue. The P33 supercar is supposed to be revealed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, so we might have to wait until next year to see more that a rendering.

By the way, the P33 will take its power from a twin-turbo V6 engine with an output of 500 HP. This means that Glickenhaus' new creation will be more powerful and lighter that the P4/5, which translates into more track fun. For the lucky future owner of course, as the P33 will be unique as well. Rats!
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