American supercar manufacturer will donate a plant for the hospital

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American supercar manufacturer will donate a plant for the hospital

Company Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, specializing in small-lot Assembly of luxury cars and sport prototypes, ready to convert the building at the airport in Danbury, Connecticut, under a temporary hospital for the infected with the coronavirus. The room, which is in the process of conversion in Assembly area, located 10 minutes from Danbury hospital, which will facilitate the transportation of patients.

While some brands provide all possible assistance in the production of ventilators and other equipment needed in the fight against the pandemic, others contribute to the cause. So, for example, SCG has decided to support the hospital in Danbury, which is already full, leaving a large open area nearby.

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We are talking about the round building on the territory of the local airport, which SCG acquired in 2018. According to the plans of the automaker, the room will be used as Assembly area – in the near future is to begin production of the model SCG 004. The annual production capacity will be 100 supercars. However, while the plant is not finished, and the room is empty.

Today, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG), owned by James Glikenhaus, collects the prototype for the “24 hours of Le Mans” 007, SCG 003 supercar, mid-engine sports car and SUV 004S Boot. In addition, the company is working on retrospection SCG 006, made in the style of a classic Ferrari 250.

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As for the fight against coronavirus, earlier on, the British government appealed to manufacturers with a request to help in the production of the ventilator that is required to treat critically ill. A number of companies including Rolls-Royce, responded to the call.

With the similar offer to the car companies appealed and the German authorities. Volkswagen announced the establishment of a working group, the task of the medical equipment. In Italy, assistance in the production of IVL are going to have Ferrari and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).

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