Caterham marks 40th years of production with free Limited Edition Pack for Seven

by SpeedLux

Caterham Cars has reached a milestone of 40 years of production and they have plans to celebrate it by offering a free Limited Edition Pack for all Seven customers.

It is available to customers from UK or any of the firm’s export markets and was designed to bring back the splendid days of the early Sevens. It includes equipment which normally would cost thousands of pounds.

Clients get various goodies in this pack such as a grey leather dashboard, grey painted chassis (as a throwback to the original Lotus Seven color), new 15-inch wheels (for UK customers only) with Caterham embossing and Avon ZV3 tires, hand-tailored leather seats with grey piping, as well as a bespoke tunnel top with grey handbrake and gearstick gaiters.

Seven comes with a base price of 19,995 GBP for the Roadsport 125 and goes up to 42,495 GBP for the range-topping Superlight R500.

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