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Caterham sold-out for 2017 production, orders open for 2018

UK-based sports car brand Caterham has announced its entire production run for 2017 is accounted for, with order books now open for 2018. While the company is very happy with the high demand for its sports cars, it means that supply for Australia is almost non-existent until next year...

Caterham still keen on 'practical sports car' plan, despite Alpine deal collapse

Caterham is still keen on a new, more conventional model to flesh out its model range. In an interview with Autocar, Graham MacDonald, CEO of Caterham, has admitted that the small British sports car maker is still eager to have a fully enclosed 'practical' sports car, despite its joint venture with Renault falling through in 2014...

Caterham refreshes Seven range pricing for Australia

The change to currency exchange rates following the Brexit announcement has enabled Caterham Australia to revise pricing of the ultra-light sports car range for 2017 to make the enthusiast sports car more affordable. Prices now start from $64,000 (plus options and on road costs) for the entry level Caterham Seven 275...

The oldest 'new' cars on sale today

There have been some big-name retirements in the automotive landscape recently – the most prominent of them being the Land Rover Defender. But there are some other models out there that have been kicking around for quite a while, so we thought we’d take a look at some of the oldest ‘new’ cars still on sale...

Lego Caterham 7 620R kit revealed

The ultimate kit car kit car, the Lego Caterham 7, has finally been revealed. A result of the crowd-sourced Lego Ideas program, the bight yellow Caterham joins the Mars 'Curiosity' Rover and Back to the Future Delorean vehicles developed through the program. The Caterham, set number 21307, is the first 'road going' car set to make the transition from fan concept to mass-production reality...

Caterham 'C120': the new Alpine coupe's scrubbed twin

The Caterham 'C120' coupe, the cancelled sibling of the upcoming Alpine 'A120', has been unveiled by the design consultancy involved in its development. The Caterham coupe, codenamed C120 - although it wears F1-based 'CT02' plates in these images - was unveiled late last week by Drive Design, the British firm that helped to shape it...

LEGO Caterham Seven set coming soon to a store near you

Everyone's favourite kit-car is now a car-kit from LEGO. The LEGO Ideas program providing an official stamp of approval to the Caterham Seven model developed by an avid fan. You may recall back in 2014, we alerted you to the submission of the Caterham kit to the user-generated LEGO Ideas development program...

Lego Caterham Seven: Vote to make super superlight car kit reality

If you participate in one online partition this year, then make it one that matters: a vote to support a potential new Lego kit of a perennial favourite, the Caterham 7. An enterprising engineer - clearly with more time than you and I combined - has created the quintessential kit of the quintessential kit, hoping to follow the likes of the Mars Rover and Back to the Future DeLorean in going from Lego Ideas forum to shops...

Caterham Seven range to be renamed, model range rejigged - report

The Caterham Seven range will be revised in 2015, with the British speciality sports car maker also renaming various models for simplicity's sake. According to a report in Autocar, Caterham will update its lightweight, track-ready Seven sports car next year. When this update is launched, all regular variants in the Seven range will be named after their power-to-weight ratio, as calculated in horsepower-to-tonnes...

Caterham F1 team resorts to crowdfunding to reach final race of 2014

Desperate times call for equally desperate measures, and for the Caterham F1 team that means crowdfunding the money required to attend the final race of the 2014 Formula One season. Tony Fernandes' Caterham Group sold its eponymous Formula One team in July of this year to a group of investors from the Middle East and Switzerland...

Tony Fernandes sells Caterham F1 team, keeps road car operation

The Caterham Group has sold its Formula One team to a consortium of investors from the Middle East and Switzerland. According to the company, the other components of the Caterham Group — namely Caterham Cars, Caterham Bikes, the composites division, the Technology and Innnovation consulting and contracting arm, and the GP2 and Moto2 racing teams — will remain under the control of current owners Tony Fernandes and Datuk Kamarudin Maranun...