One of the most iconic British racing brands makes a triumphant return to the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Known for incredibly light race-ready cars with vintage appeal and hair-raising performance, Caterham is an important part of the British car world, and at one of the most important automotive events in the world, let alone in the UK, Caterham is going to make a triumphant return with the debut of its new track day car, which Caterham calls its best track day car ever, the Seven 420 CUP. The new car will be taking to the track to complete the 1.16-mile hill climb at Goodwood in Batch 6, and it’s going to make use of a 2.0-liter engine that produces 210 horsepower, giving the incredibly light car a 0-60 time of just 3.6 seconds, as well as a 6-speed sequential gearbox and fully adjustable dampers.
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At Caterham’s stand at the Festival of Speed, guests will be able to get a look at the lightest Caterham Seven ever, the 170R, as well as the fastest production Seven ever, the 620S. The Seven 420 Cup will be in production in early 2023, and while a US price hasn’t been stated, prices in the UK start at £54,990, and the car will only be available as a factory-built car rather than a kit.