This somewhat ugly creation named AeroSeven was shown for the first time at the SingTel Singapore Grand Prix, and was described as "an exciting new performance concept road car". The announced performance figures are really good, but the design is the only thing that bothers me.
27 de setembro de 2013
5 de agosto de 2013
Yes, that is right. The British sports car manufacturer will use a 0.66-liter, three-cylinder turbocharged engine supplied by Suzuki on their upcoming all-new entry-level Seven, that will also premiere an improved lighter chassis with a redesigned suspension layout.
9 de julho de 2013
The most powerful model of the English brand has a replacement, and it's called 620R. Caterham will have the public reveal in a few days at the Goodwood Festival of Speed to celebrate 40 years of developing and building the Seven, an iconic lightweight sportscar, which has become one of the fastest accelerating cars in the world.
30 de maio de 2013
The Seven is a lightweight, simple, two-seater sports roadster initially produced by Lotus. The rights to build this car were bought by Caterham in 1972, and in 1973 the first Caterham Seven was produced. To celebrate 40 years since the first model rolled out of the production line, the British company will reveal a new, less expensive Seven.
5 de abril de 2013
Last year, Renault announced they were going to revive the Alpine brand, but the first model will only arrive in 2016. To keep the Alpine name on the spotlight, Renault planned several things. The first was the entry of five A110 berlinettes for last January’s Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique. The next one will be the return to endurance racing in the 2013 Le Mans.
5 de novembro de 2012
Renault and Caterham, like it was posted earlier, confirmed they will work together to develop sports cars. The first two cars born out of this marriage are expected to show their faces between 2015 and 2016.
Renault and Caterham scheduled a press conference for today to reveal the details of the upcoming Alpine project. Renault formed a partnership with the English manufacturer, Caterham, bought by Malaysian industrial Tony Fernandes who is also the owner of the Formula 1 team.