Caterham celebrates 40th anniversary with a free limited edition pack for the iconic Seven

Caterham Cars is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a free limited edition pack for Seven. The stylish pack is limited to first 40 orders and can be applied to any car in the Seven range from the entry level Roadsport 125 priced at £19,995 to Superlight R500, priced at £42,495.

According to Caterham, the pack has been designed to evoke the nostalgia of the early Sevens and includes optional equipment which would typically cost thousands of pounds and includes:

-Grey painted chassis, replicating the original Lotus Seven colour
-Ruby red ‘40YOC’ paint, with bespoke bonnet stripes
-Hand-tailored leather seats, with grey piping
-Grey leather dashboard
-Bespoke tunnel top, with grey handbrake and gearstick gaiters
-Unique, numbered dash plaque
-New 15” silver alloy wheels with Caterham embossing and Avon ZV3 tyres
-‘40YOC’ wheel centres and ignition key


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