Caterham Seven 620R

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The England based auto makers at Caterham are known for assembling some of the fastest go-kart inspired vehicles on the planet, and the brand is turning things up another notch with the introduction of their Caterham Seven 620R.

Another vehicle set to officially debut at this weekend’s Goodwod Festival of Speed, this buggy like road car is extremely lightweight, and thanks to the 310 horsepower Ford sourced 2.0 liter Duratec motor stuffed under the hood – zero to sixty times are expected to be right around 2.8 seconds. The suspension has been tuned for the track, and Caterham also threw in a set of carbon fiber seats and dash paired with a Q/R race steering wheel to really set the mood right.

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