Caterham Seven conversion with Indy roadster style envisioned by Zolland design

Last year at the Singapore Grand Prix, Caterham revealed the AeroSeven Concept, previewing a road model, which will arrive sometimes this year.

The new model is based on the updated Seven CSR platform and is not really a direct successor to the iconic Seven, which is still in production with big changes under the skin, but visually staying quite true to the original model.

A successor has been rumoured for a while now and talented team at Zolland Design from Sweden has created several renderings of a very attractive “Indy Seven”, that could easily be considered as a successor to the original Seven.

The designer’s comment on the renderings:

We did a new body style that could fit a Caterham or Seven in 3D. Its a indy roadster style with a retro twist that could look cool on a chassis from a Caterham.

It is unlikely we will see something similar from Caterham, but if you have enough money, then you can have this new body created by a skilled coach builder on a current chassis from Caterham. We like it!


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