The Caterham Seven is nearly the ultimate decision for drivers searching for track day thrills or a byway impact on a Sunday morning. The interest is in the Seven's effortlessness, lightweight and informative frame. That, and magnificently fast acceleration.
Stripped back and as Spartan as any Seven, the 360 is all about the thrill of driving a car that embodies Colin Chapman’s original philosophy of a car that is truly “fit for purpose”.
The aluminum body can be painted in non-metallic hues, including Caterham's great Vintage Green, a tone like the well-known British Racing Green. The Seven 360 can be redone from numerous points of view, however, everything comes at additional cost.
The more extensive body can be fitted for an additional cost, while a scope of carbon-fiber parts are accessible to supplant the nose or the front and back wings. In case you're crazy about bringing down the vehicle's control weight however much as could be expected, an arrangement of carbon-fiber mirrors is additionally accessible on the market.
The auto is controlled by the 2.0-liter Ford Duratec four-barrel motor. Caterham says the rendition in the Seven 360 puts out 180 hp and results in a 0-62 mph time of 4.9 seconds and a best speed of 130 mph.
Similarly as with most Sevens, the inside interior is simple. It incorporates all that you require from a dashboard to basic checks and a directing wheel, yet you shouldn't search for an infotainment touchscreen or a ventilating unit.
Adjustable, cloth seats are standard, but leather-wrapped seats can be ordered for an additional fee. Other standard equipment includes inertia reel seat belts, a suede steering wheel, and push-button start.
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Light, quick and enjoyable to drive despite the fact that somewhat inadequate in the territories of inside room and solace. The Seven, in both Lotus and Caterham emphasizes, is broadly viewed as one of the notable sports cars of the past century.