Caterham® reintroduce its heritage range with launch of two new models: Super Seven 600 and Super Seven 2000

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Here are some more photos from the launch.   Super Seven 600

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Super Seven 2000:

 

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I imagine these heritage models are the most profitable as well as popular with new Caterham customers, including those customers in Japan.  Probably not of great interest to existing Caterham owners?  It's been a while since we had any new performance models like the 420/620, was that around 2014/2015?  I suppose with no new power plants other than electric this is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future, which is a shame. 

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I preferred some of the previous heritage models like the 60's inspired SuperSprint. These are a bit too 70's/brown for my liking...

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Brown and walnut dash.  Is a removable square Momo an option? Silly    

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Saw them at Goodwood. Not for me, but we'll finished. Eye wateringly expensive now though, cheaper than a Morgan though.

The 420R on the stand was over £62,000 if I remember correctly.....

 

 

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Wood dash - trust it's balsa ? 

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I get it. who would have thought flares were back in? 

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I quite like the brown, really dislike the walnut (effect?) dash though. It'd be nice to see Caterham have a go with an engine turned aluminium dash on these models, it'd really suit the image. I have an engine turned dash in my late '90s Mini and it really works well with chrome bezel gauges.

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The heritage styling is lovely, but it is rather a lot of money for some cosmetics.

It's a shame they didn't do any mechanical changes. The Jenveys really made the SS1600 worth the extra cost over a standard 270/275.