Caterham has launched a new model – the Seven Sprint – that harks back to the car’s glory days of the mid-1960s.
Veteran sports car manufacturer Caterham has introduced a new model it claims offers the perfect balance of power and handling - the Caterham Seven 310.
Further details of the new Caterham Seven 160 have been released by the company as the new model prepares to enter production. The 160 can achieve 57.6 mpg on the combined cycle and emits just 114 g/km of CO2.
The new Caterham Seven 160 is available to order now, priced from £14,995 in kit form or £17,995 fully built. It's powered by a fruity 660cc three-cylinder turbocharged Suzuki engine producing 80hp.
Caterham has unveiled its AeroSeven Concept at the SingTel Singapore Grand Prix. The concept is said to give a strong indication as to the look of the production version due in 2014.
Caterham will soon release a new entry-level model, powered by a 660cc three-cylinder turbocharged engine from Suzuki. It will be the smallest and most efficient engine ever installed in a Caterham Seven.
The Caterham Seven 620R, the company's most extreme car yet, will be unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this weekend. It's powered by a new 2.0-litre supercharged Ford Duratec engine developing 311bhp.
Caterham will make its debut at the Le Mans 24 Hours this year with the #41 Zytek Z11SN-Nissan in the LMP2 category, driven by Alexander Rossi, Eric Lux, and double LMP2 class-winner, Tom Kimber-Smith.
Caterham will celebrate 40 years of the Seven with a free limited edition pack, available on the first 40 Seven orders taken from today. It includes grey interior treatments, new alloy wheels and Ruby Red paint with bespoke bonnet stripes
Caterham has added to its iconic range of Sevens, giving the acclaimed Supersport a steroid-induced brother – the two-litre Supersport R, which packs 180bhp and track-bred dynamics.
Iconic British road and race car manufacturer, Caterham Cars, has developed its most extreme race-ready Seven to date – the Superlight R600.
To celebrate its new ownership, iconic British sportscar marque Caterham Cars will build a limited run of Team Lotus Special Edition Sevens