Caterham AeroSeven Concept Car
Caterham has unveiled its newest performance The AeroSeven Concept Car at the 2013 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix. The concept, which draws...
Caterham has unveiled its newest performance The AeroSeven Concept Car at the 2013 SingTel Singapore Grand Prix. The concept, which draws heavily on methods used by the F1 team, will be the first ever Caterham model to be fitted with traction control. Caterham Engine Management System allows drivers to enjoy fully-adjustable traction and launch control functionality. Based on an updated interpretation of the highly acclaimed Seven CSR platform, the carbon-fibre bodied concept will launch to 100kph (62.5mph) in under four seconds. The engine is a naturally-aspirated, EU6-approved, 240ps (237bhp) engine developed by Caterham Technology & Innovation for the recently launched Caterham Seven 485. It's one of the world's highest revving EU6-compliant engines, transferring the power to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual gearbox.
The AeroSeven Concept is stacked with race car-inspired features, including aerodynamic styling, an exclusive F1-style steering wheel with driver-focused functionality, and an intuitive fully active Graphical Display Unit (GDU). Production will remain at the Caterham Cars factory in Dartford, UK. Delivery of the production version of the concept model will begin in Autumn 2014.