Getting a serial supercar up and running is not easy, especially for niche brands like SCG. The manufacturer has already sold the first batch of 25 004S units, but more copies will have to be assembled – they will be broken in crash tests. Imagine what would happen if the security test failed? The brand will have to spend millions of dollars to finalize the model, and then new crash tests await them. To avoid such expenses, James Glickenhouse contacted Ammo NYC.
The team uses computer simulation techniques to understand how a car will behave in a serious accident. Of course, we still had to hit one prototype, but we did it at low speed in order to get the required data. After processing them, it will become clear how successful the future 004S crash tests will be.
At the same time, SCG and Ammo NYC will continue to cooperate: each assembled supercar will pass through the studio before the client receives it.