Caterham announced today that is expanding the number of cars available to its customers in the U.S. by two.
An exclusive builder of lightweight sports car, Caterham is an English company that has its roots in motorsports. Today, Caterham still builds open wheel style race cars, which utilize super lightweight materials to get the most out of their engines. Caterham is also a well known F1 team.
The Caterham Group has confirmed that it has sold its F1 team to a consortium of Swiss and Middle-Eastern investors.
Caterham Group chairman Tony Fernandes has refuted claims that the company is up for sale.
The Caterham Group could be seeking new ownership.
Renault and Caterham have decided to go their separate ways in developing their sports cars.
Caterham Cars has confirmed that variants of its Caterham Seven will be heading to the U.S.
Caterham, the british sports-car manufacturer, has just released details on its upcoming entry-level model, the Caterham Seven 160.
The sports car being collaboratively developed by Caterham and Renault will launch in 2016.
Sports cars and aerodynamics typically sit together as a matter of necessity, but Caterham has historically ignored that idea. Not so anymore.
Leaked images of the Caterham AeroSeven have hit the Internet, revealing the British automaker’s next sports car.
Renault and Caterham have joined forces to revive the legendary Alpine nameplate, and our spy photographers managed to grab some shots of an early test mule for the car.
Caterham has revealed its 2013 620R, which will make its official public debut at the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Besides partnering on a sports car, it looks like Renault and Caterham are also expected to produce a small crossover and a city car together.
British sports car manufacturer Caterham will offer a new entry-level version of its Seven sports car for under £17,000 (about $25,800).
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Thanks to new owner Tony Fernandes and a joint venture with Renault, Caterham is set to expand its operations and add additional models to its lineup including conventional sedans and coupes.
Now that Caterham has joined forces with Renault, the British automaker is looking positively towards the future with production models that will firmly target the Asia market.
Caterham, the company that makes crazy open-wheel sports cars, just announced a new car that will be even more powerful: the Supersport R.
With the recent announcement that Caterham and Renault have joined forces, Caterham is considering powering its Seven model with powerplants supplied by Renault.
Caterham has unveiled its first forced induced Seven model ever, the Superlight R600. Powered by a supercharged, 2.0-liter Ford Duratec engine, the Superlight R600 packs 275-hp and will cost around $73,000 (£44,995).
Caterham is know for building no-frills sports cars that offer an unadulterated driving experience, but that’s going to change in the future according to new brand boss Graham MacDonald.
With the British Grand Prix kicking off this weekend, Caterham Formula One drivers Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov decided to flex their driving skills in conjunction with the Queen Park Rangers (QPR) football team.
Dyson Racing, reigning American Le Mans Series (ALMS) LMP1 champion team, will take possession of the first production Caterham SP/300.R over a year after it was revealed in partnership with Lola Racing. Final assembly of the SP/300.R will take place at Dyson Racing’s facility in New York, where they are also the official U.S. distributor…
Caterham boss Anser Ali recently confirmed during an interview with Car Magazine that the company has plans for an affordable sports car to go on sale by 2015 that will have at least three models, including a racing variant. Ali confirmed to Car Magazine that they have financial backing to bring a second Caterham to…