Caterham Seven 275
NB. As of August 2021, the Seven 275 is no longer available.
With little more than 500kg to push along, the 135ps that the Seven 275 packs, quietly delivers an unexpected but satisfying thump. To put the wily power of this Seven into context, your average family hatch would need 350ps under the bonnet to match it. Even then, it would come a cropper when it came to stopping or turning corners at any speed. The Seven 275’s agile frame lets it sneak around in the performance pack and with enough power to get the job done – 0–100km/h in five seconds – it can leave much of the opposition for dead without the enemy ever knowing it was there. It will do it all with an understated sense of style.
The Caterham Seven 275
is the lightweight sports car for all conditions
Combining performance on the road, as well as proven ability on track that is inherent in all Sevens. The Seven 275 features a new engine and specification engineered to release improved power and performance. So whether it’s a Sunday afternoon drive around the country lanes, a European road trip or the occasional lap of the Nürburgring; a Caterham Seven 275 will give you the driving experience you’ve always wanted.
The ‘S’ and ‘R’ packs offer specially-tailored trim and equipment packages to suit both road and track drivers. The S pack is geared towards the casual road driver and includes creature comforts such as a fully-carpeted cockpit, full windscreen, hood and side screens and leather seats. Meanwhile, the R pack is more track-focused and is stuffed full of race-inspired goodies that will make every drive you take an event, whilst retaining its road car status. It includes a limited-slip differential, sports suspension, a four-point race harness and many other race-orientated upgrades.