Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, was founded in 2004 in New York City by film producer and entrepreneur James Glickenhaus. The goal was to develop limited, low-volume, high-performance racing cars for the Nürburgring 24 Hours races. In the first years, a professional team took part in competitions using modified Ferrari constructions.
In 2010, the Ferrari P4/5, built in one piece on a special order, served as a reference point for the work on the first proprietary SCG construction, the initial specification and concept of which was presented in September 2012. Pre-production prototypes entered their final testing phase in December 2014, and finally made their debut in February 2015 as the SCG 003 racing vehicle and the SCG 003S road hypercar.
For the production of both vehicles, cooperation was established with the Italian design studio and sports car manufacturer MAT, which lent its production lines in Turin. In 2017, a plan to launch the production of another civilian car called 004S, was presented, which finally went into production in 2020. In the same year, a racing variant, SCG 004C was produced for competition.
At the end of 2020, SCG presented its first car with a completely different concept in the form of the massive, road-performance off-road vehicle SCG Boot. In 2021, another race car called the SCG 007 was presented in the Le Mans Hypercar racing category, during the premiere of which it was announced that a series variant called SCG 007S would also be built.