Glickenhaus wants to build a Road Legal Version Of its 007 LeMans Racer

The Road Car will have 1,400 horsepower

18w ago

Glickenhaus has been testing its 007 LeMans Racer for the upcoming 2021 World Endurance Championship (WEC). The American company wants to follow in the likes of Lola T70, Ferrari P/3, 412P and 159S and build a road legal version of its 007 LeMans Racer called the 007S.

In a social media post Glickenhaus said that the 007S will be fully US road legal and have a central driving position and three seats. The car will also have 1,400 horsepower and have jacks to lift up the car when you reach the track and adjustable ABS and traction control.

What's more, Glickenhaus want the car to be "able to drive up to the track, do 100 laps and drive home on road tires". 24 cars could be made if enough interest is shown and each will cost a whopping $2.3million.

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Comments (5)

  • This is the confidence of a man who reckons one Le Mans win is enough to seal funding to make that road car real. I have doubts, but then, he's already crash-testing a super-sports-tier car, and given that it always rains at La Sarthe, his vision isn't so unfounded. He can probably do it, and I don't peg him as one who's counting eggs before they hatch, but the 2021 WEC season has not started yet.

      4 months ago
  • Damn, I love Glickenhaus.

      4 months ago
  • 2.3 million??... It’s the price of a bugatti, Lykan SS or a koenigsegg...

      4 months ago
  • Shut up and take my money

      4 months ago
  • 2.3 million? For that kind of money. I am sure there isn’t any proven super car manufacturers. Mclaren, pagani, Ferrari, Lamborghini etc... and I am sure resale value doesn’t matter either

      4 months ago