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!


RELATED POSTS

2015 Audi Q3 facelift spied with new headlights and bumpers
Lamborghini Aventador Roadster art car features every colour of the rainbow
Shelby American introduces the 50th Anniversary Cobra 427
Are driverless cars going to change the car insurance business?
New entry-level McLaren 570S Coupe revealed with 562bhp, 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds
Volvo acquires 100 per cent of Polestar
Bugatti Chiron is officially here with 1500 hp - production will be limited to 500 units
Production ready Avatar Roadster revealed at Performance Car Show
Aston Martin V8 and V12 Vantage S Red Bull Racing Editions revealed
Hyundai partners with UAV startup to take future mobility to new heights
Negligence Is Not an Excuse: 5 Common Forms of Truck Driver Negligence
4 ways to plan a safe summer road trip
Tags: , , ,