It case you've been living under a rock for the last five years, let us introduce you to one of the most notorious (and controversial) car collectors on the planet: James Glickenhaus. He owns the second Ferrari ever built, a LeMans winning Ford, and a gull-winged Ferrari Dino prototype, among many others. He also is the creator of the iconic Ferrari P4/5, a totally street-legal racecar that Glickenhaus designed  in conjunction with Pininfarina. 

But today, on the heels of the Geneva Motor Show, Glickenhaus has announced plans to build a new supercar, called the P33. (The name is identical to a 1969 Alfa Romeo concept car.)

Glickenhaus expects the car to weigh about 1,600 pounds and be mated to a twin turbo V6 producing around 500 hp.

The car is set for a debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show

[Via Ferrarichat]

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