At the Retromobile Show in Paris, France, the Caterham Super Seven 600 and Super Seven 2000 are making their debut in Europe. While the Super Seven 2000 is available in both standard and large chassis sizes, the Super Seven 600 is only available in a standard chassis. European pricing for the Super Seven 600 starts at €36,895 while the Super Seven 2000 is available from €51,195.
From the outside, the two models resemble one another quite a bit and share features like a chrome filler cap, a black leather Moto-Lita steering wheel, a carpeted rear panel, a polished exhaust, and LED rear lights. Both of the vehicles also have 14-inch wheels, albeit the styles of these wheels vary.
Customers can also choose the color of the carpet, dashboard, leather seats, gearbox, and handbrake gaiters to further personalize the interior of their Caterham Super Seven. Deep Red, Cream, Birch White, Burgundy, Ginger, Admirability Blue, and Biscuit Beige are a few of the possible hues.
There are four brand-new colors called Bourbon, Ashdown Green, Windsor Blue, and Fawn in addition to well-known Caterham hues like Gravity Black, Exocet Red, Vintage Green, and Firecracker Yellow.
An 84-horsepower Suzuki 660-cc turbocharged engine powers the Super Seven 600. The Super Seven 600, according to Caterham, is a vehicle for folks who prefer a leisurely Sunday drive with the wind in their hair but are less concerned with horsepower and 0-60 seconds.
A 2.0-liter Duratec four-cylinder engine with 170 horsepower powers the Super Seven 2000. A sports suspension package for the Super Seven 2000 is available and consists of a rear anti-roll bar, adjustable platforms, and front-vented brake discs with four-piston calipers. This model is supported by the same de-Dion chassis as most other Caterham models.
A limited-slip differential is an option that is available for both the 600 and 2000.