There are cars and then there are Caterhams. These lightweight sports cars built by the British automaker are in a class of their own, a class that’s about to receive a new entry soon. Caterham has unveiled just a couple of days ago the futuristic Caterham AeroSeven Concept, a small, sleek and beautiful supercar which is going to be released on the market next year.
Showcased for the first time at the Singapore Grand Prix over the weekend, the AeroSeven concept has been built on an updated version of the Caterham Seven CSR platform and features a lot of goodies and technology that comes from the brand’s F1 team like a special launch control system, adjustable traction control and a newly developed Caterham Engine Management system.
The concept is powered by a naturally aspired engine based on the Ford Duratec unit which is able to produce 237 bhp and takes this ultra light sports car from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 4 seconds. That’s supercar territory right there! Until it will go into production, the guys from Caterham have announced they’ll try to offer more engine options for this four wheel masterpiece.