Caterham Seven 160 Road Test and Interview
It's the latest in a long line of Caterham Sevens, and this one's gone
right back to it's roots - Basics! Powered by a 3 cylinder Suzuki, can the
budget Caterham still deliver driving fun? Chris Lucas takes to Box Hill to
find out, whilst Rosemary John stays in the warm of the Autosport
International Show to meet Simon Lambert from Caterham
UPDATE : Now check out our road test of another lightweight British Classic
: The Morgan 3 Wheeler https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kvov1bGGvYY
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The Puny Caterham 160 Proves That Big Power Is Overrated
If you thought that big power was the be-all and end-all, then the 3-pot
Caterham Seven 160 might just change your mind...
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SUZUKI GSX-R 750 K8 VS. CATERHAM SUPER SEVEN TURBO
SUZUKI GSX-R 750 K8 VS. CATERHAM SUPER SEVEN turbo
Datum: 07.06.2012-Zufälliges Aufeinandertreffen :-)
CATERHAM: ~350PS auf 600kg (Neuer Motor aus SAAB 2,3L 16V turbo)
Ort: Autobahn A30 Löhne-Bruchmühlen
1.Run: ab 4:05
2.Run: ab 4:40
3.Run: ab 6:25
No Limit ! Caterham Seven (Lotus) Vs Aprilia RSV4 R
Replay de l'emision No Limit !
Un épisode très sympatique ou l'on peut voir un duel magnifique où
s'afronte la légendaire Caterham Seven de chez Lotus face à la
monstrueuse RSV4 R de chez Aprilia !
Caterham Seven 485 :
Moteur : 2.0 Caterham Powertrain Duractec
Puissance max : 240 Cv à 8500 tr/min
Couple max : 207 Nm à 6300 tr/min
0-100 Km/h :3.4 secondes
Puissance/Poids : 457 Cv par tonne
Vitesse max : 225 Km/h
Transmission : Boite courte 6 vitesses
Poids : 525 Kg
Aprilia RSV4 R :
Moteur : en V à 65°, 4 cylindres 4 temps à refroidissement liquide, 4
valves par cylindre
Cylindrée : 999.6 cc
Puissance : 180 CV (132.4 kW) at 12,500 rpm
Couple : 115 Nm at 10,000 rpm
Boîte : Multi disque à bain d'huile
Transmission secondaire : Chaîne
Cadre : Aluminium. Amortisseur de direction Sachs
Poids : 184 kilos
Vitesse maxi : 245km/h
Caterham 620R slays Volkswagen Golf GTI - Caterham's fastest ever road car tested
The Caterham 620R is one of the world's most extreme lightweight sports
cars ever built. Steve Sutcliffe puts it to the test.
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The Caterham 620R packs wide-track front suspension, a supercharged
2.0-litre Ford Duratec motor producing 311bhp and 219lb ft driving the back
wheels through a straight-cut, sequential six-speed gearbox and
limited-slip differential. It is a few ancillaries away from being a race
car, and not much this side of a hypercar such as the Bugatti Veyron could keep pace with it. It
is extreme in a way only drivers of a BAC Mono or Ariel Atom could
understand. The fastest Caterham road car ever is also one of the most
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Caterham Seven Blat
Driving on country roads with a Caterham Seven.
Better quality with http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBqhuy3ccm0&fmt=18
Caterham Seven 160 vs Morgan 3 Wheeler | evo TRACK BATTLE
It's the battle of the British sports cars, as Caterham battles Morgan at
Mallory Park. The pair share just five cylinders, the Caterham using a
dinky turbocharged three-cylinder engine
borrowed from Suzuki while the Morgan has a V-twin engine strapped to its
front end, driving the single wheel at the back. The Seven is a familiar
shape while several years on from its launch, the 3 Wheeler can still stop
traffic with its looks.
What we want to know, though, is how they perform on track. Which is
quickest, and which is the biggest hoot?
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James May and The Stig on the Caterham - Top Gear - Series 21 - Behind the Scenes
James May talks about test driving the Caterham 160 and 620R followed by
behind the scenes action of the Stig flogging the 620R around the Top Gear
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Caterham 7 A4069 Black Mountain Pass Blat HD
Full run over the Black Mountain Pass (A4069) in South Wales in my newly
built Caterham 7, heading northbound.
One of the best roads I've driven on and virtually deserted- only
detraction was some new surfacing being undertaken at the time on the far
side of the mountain.
All filmed on GoPro HD, with sound courtesy of my iPhone that was sat on my
lap throughout due to the GoPro mic being a bit crap.
2013 Caterham R620 Development Car; one lap of the Nürburgring Nordschleife
Caterham were here for the recent F1 GP at the Nürburgring. They brought
with them the engine and transmission test mule for the new R620 supercar.
This little green machine started life as 'just' an R500, before it got the
new SaDev sequential gearbox and the supercharged R620 motor. I was only
allowed one lap and I've got no prior experience with a flat-shifting
sequential, so I didn't go too crazy, but it was still quite quick...