Caterham Seven 310 Sports Car

Aug 9, 2016

Category: Rides

Talk about the ultimate sports car/buggy conversion. Caterham cars builds vehicles unlike any other. And this ‘Seven 310’ is the next model in a series that has garnered some serious attention over the years. In short, it’s their best-balanced and smoothest model yet, boasting enhanced power and technological development in comparison to previous models.

The Seven 310 features an upgraded 1.6-liter Ford Sigma engine pushing out 152 brake horsepower, reaching 60 mph in 4.9 seconds and topping out at 127 mph. It’s run through a five-speed gearbox and sits on 14” Classic alloy wheels. The body is painted aluminum with composite panels resulting in a lightweight ride and internally there’s a Motolita steering wheel, Inertia reel lap and diagonal seat belts, and a composite aero screen. Buyers can also opt for various colors and additional options that will soup-up the Seven 310 into a lightweight 1,100-pound sports car that’s sure to perform with ease on both the road and the track. Base prices start around $29,000. [Purchase]

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