The Caterham CSR260 Superlight owns all the performance qualities like a supercar-humbling 0 to 60 mph time of 3.1 seconds and a speed of 155 mph that may make you do crazy things and loose your driving license. The model also has an incredible look due to a wind reflector, a carbon fiber dashboard and wings, a black pack that hides aluminum detailing. Caterham has developed an option list that highlights the cost alongside the weight of items such as windscreen, heated, weather gear and fire extinguisher. The price starts at $37.995.
The Caterham CSR260 Superlight is the best example for automotive alchemy since all the driving excitement that is associated with its stripped-out Superlight versions to the range-topping Caterham CSR260 model.
Much alike his mate, the new Caterham CSR260 Superlight owns all the performance qualities like a supercar-humbling 0-60mph time of 3.1 seconds and a speed of 155mph that may make you lose your driving license. Decisively, it also premiers 'Dynamic Suspensions' dampers manufactured by MTCe as original equipment for an undiluted performance driving experience.
This new model may help you go through some extraordinary experiences that blend no frills road legal agility with devastating track capability.
It is not only 25 kgs lighter than the standard CSR260, but it also has a distinctive Superlight exterior look. This look is due o a wind reflector, a carbon fibre dashboard and wings, a black pack that hides aluminium detailing. This model pushed you to franatic acceleration, has a pin-sharp steering high revving eager performance mated to a close ratio six speed box, in a sportscar that is perfectly balanced to make the driver feel the sensation of driving.
With a power-to-weight ratio of 460 BHP per tonne, the Caterham CSR260 Superlight finds itself in similar company to the £323,000 Porsche Carrera GT or the £118,000 Ferrari F430.
Caterham has developed an options list that highlights the cost alongside the weight of items such as windscreen, heater, weather gear, dry sump, track day roll-over bar and fire extinguisher. The prices start at £37,995 fully built.
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