Caterham

  • The more things change in the motoring world, the more Caterham stays the same. It has stuck with the same basic design for 60 years, honing the formula into a range of racers for keen drivers. To celebrate this heritage, the company is building the SuperSprint, with a retro livery and interior.
  • From howling flat-sixes to thunderous twin-turbos, classic convertibles to cutting-edge coupes, there's been something for gear heads of all persuasions to drool over in 2016. Check out some of the best sports cars launched this year.
  • Caterham cars might have different engines under the hood, and they might use modern materials, but they are still inextricably linked to the original Lotus Seven. New Atlas took a trip to the company's headquarters in Crawley, UK, to find out what the brand is all about.
  • Caterham might be known for its kit cars, but it's never sold one quite like this. Following in the footsteps of the Porsche GT3 RS launched earlier this year, Lego and Caterham have teamed up to create a miniature 620R using the ubiquitous plastic bricks.
  • Caterham has delved (even further) back in time to find inspiration for its latest offering. The new Seven Sprint might use the same underpinnings as its entry-level Seven 160, but all the details are firmly rooted in the 1960s.
  • The new Seven 310 sticks to the standard Caterham recipe with four exposed wheels, a roll cage and absolutely minimal creature comforts, but the company says it manages to blend performance and approachability better than any of its predecessors.
  • Caterham Cars has lasted over six decades by delivering a series of lightweight sports cars. By sometime next year, buyers of the company's iconic Caterham Seven may have the option of an even lighter-weight model incorporating the butted tube technology used in bicycles.​
  • Although Caterham is certainly best known for its race cars, last year it branched into motorcycles and e-bikes. Continuing that trend, this month the British company announced its new line of good ol’ human-powered Duo Cali bicycles.
  • American devotees of the Caterham brand got a little love this week as the car maker presented two new models for the US market at Monterey Car Week. The Seven 480 and 360 are the latest variant on the classic, minimalist Caterham Seven sportscar introduced four decades ago.
  • For over fifty years Caterham has been known for its purpose-built sports cars and motorsports activities. This week, however, the company announced that it will be expanding its product offerings to that of the two-wheeled variety.
  • Unless you're in a position to use a fast, furious, roofless two-seater as a daily commuter, a niche track-weekend auto may still be well out of your price range. Caterham is looking to change this with its all-new, entry-level Seven 160 that went up for pre-order this week.
  • Caterham has taken its Seven CSR chassis and turned it into the Caterham AeroSeven Concept. Unveiled last week at the SingTel Singapore Grand Prix, it uses technologies not found previously in a Caterham and is intended to give the public an idea of the design of future models.