It’s no secret that the Caterham Seven has been around for a long time. It’s production life of 44 years has seen it outlast the… Read more →
Caterham has been in the Lotus Seven replica business for a very long time and it is undoubtedly the most successful but now, some 60… Read more →
Caterham has been building its version of the Lotus 7 for a good few decades now. And this is the Seven Sprint, which marks the brand’s 60th… Read more →
Formula 1 driver Kamui Kobayashi may not have made it past the first corner in yesterday’s Australian Grand Prix, but no one really doubts his… Read more →
The well-known British manufacturer Caterham is back in full force in South Africa. A couple of businessmen decided to relaunch these products in South Africa… Read more →
One of the great benefits of having a young son is the resultant freedom that comes with it to walk into a toy shop and… Read more →
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A joint alliance between Renault and British performance car producer Caterham will see the two firms teaming up to develop future sportscars, a move that could bring about a production version of the Alpine A110-50.
Under the louvered bonnet rests a 1,6-litre Ford Sigma engine that has been tuned to produce 93 kW and 163 N.m. Not a lot, but remember, tipping the scales at 550 kg, the power-to-mass ratio is an impressive 169 W/kg. To put this into perspective, this figure compares favourably to a Porsche Cayman R’s 175 W/kg.
The SP/300.R, which was unveiled at the Autosport International Show in Britain, is the first totally new car from this manufacturer since its not so successful 21 from the mid 1990s.