When Ferrari didn't give its blessing to Jim Glickenhaus' custom P4/5 racecar, he went off and built his own car.
This isn't the racing version. Instead, it's a road-legal variant that is the softest of the three cars based on this chassis.
The second "S" in SCG003S stands for "Stradale," which translates to "street."
This car packs 800 horsepower from a 4.4-liter V8 engine.
And it weighs only 2,700 pounds.
The suspension is designed for road use primarily, featuring softer rubber bushings.
While it's built for the street, the interior still features race harnesses and a removable steering wheel.
There's also a digital dashboard.
The roof features two portholes that allow drivers to see traffic lights directly above the car.
The cars will cost $1.8 million each, and only about eight will be built each year.