Caterham is proud to present the new model Seven,a classy car with a sportscar air. The producer declared that the design will remanin almost the same as it was created by Colin Chapman back in 1957. The interior of the car is covered in black leather and the color scheme takes you back in the '50s. The motor made by Ford reaches 112mph,the car can reach 0 to 60mph in under six seconds. The chassis weight only 500 kg, fact that helps the car reach better performance. More options are available on the car,one of them is lowered floor in order to get more comfort in the cockpit.
Caterham Cars is evoking the elegance, class and rich motorsport heritage of Monte Carlo with the latest Special Edition of its similarly timeless sportscar, the Roadsport 125 Monaco.
The latest incarnation of Caterham's iconic Seven remains true to Colin Chapman's original 1957 design in both its lightweight philosophy and its bespoke, retro styling.
Harking back to the golden era of motorsport, the Monaco features Caterham's brushed aluminium bodywork, with black nose and wheel guards, while the familiar red and white of the Monegasque flag form a motif that runs the length of the car.
In the cockpit, the theme is naturally continued, with hand-tailored black leather interior featuring red highlights pairing with the black body trim to capture a colour scheme reminiscent of the roulette wheels found in Casino Square complete the evocative '50s feel.
The Monaco is the latest in a series of entry-level Caterham Special Editions which traditionally suffer little or no depreciation - the Beaulieu launched in 2001 now typically sells for more than its original list price.
For just £20,995, the Monaco combines Caterham's thrilling performance and driving experience with a unique touch of European flare and glamour. However, the first 20 cars to be ordered are available for just £19,995.
Under the skin, the engineering is pure Caterham. The 1.6-litre Ford engine produces a top speed of 112mph and a power-to-weight ratio of 227bhp per tonne.
The 5-speed gearbox propels the lightweight 500kg chassis from 0-60mph in under six seconds and full weather kit means the Roadsport is thoroughly enjoyable in any conditions.
Options include the wide SV chassis and a lowered floor for extra comfort in the cockpit, while all black trim is also available.
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