The British sports car specialist has officially introduced the latest version of the Seven series – the new Seven 620S.
This one comes with adjectives such as “mildly saner” and “more road-oriented” because it looks to be a more everyday useful iteration of the hardcore 620R – the 620S comes to join the party with n aluminum body, prescription a composite nosecone as well as the well known classic styling. Owners will also feel the joy of having a windscreen on this one, sale as well as a “carbon vinyl tunnel top,” while the ensemble looks are also highlighted via the 15-inch Orcus alloy wheels with Avon ZZS tires. The interior remains the same minimalistic job and comes packing a Momo steering wheel, carbon fiber trim, as well as leather seats. The safety is well observed through the four-point seat belt harness and luxury appointments include a heater. By the way, to keep the owner warm and cozy while the rain downpours inside the cockpit (after all, that top might be forgotten in the garage) Caterham also for the first time equips its vehicle with optional heated seats as a 995 pound option.
Motivation comes courtesy of a supercharged 2.0-liter Ford Duratec engine churning out 310 horsepower and 161 pound-feet of torque –mated to a five-speed manual transmission with a lightweight flywheel this 1,345 pound car will do 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 3,4 seconds and won’t stop until it reaches 145 mph. Performance is enhanced by the limited-slip differential and upgraded brake master cylinder – Caterham has priced the 620S from 44,995 pounds and orders are already being registered.