2017 Caterham Seven 310 unveiled

Compared to the existing Seven 270, the new Seven 310 benefits from an extra 17 bhp (13 kW / 18 PS). That increase – which results from revised mapping and high-performance camshafts – takes output from the 1.6 litre Ford Sigma engine up to 152 bhp (113 kW / 154 PS).

Caterham Seven 310R (2017) Front Side

This additional variant is, according to Caterham, “the perfect balance of power and confidence-inspiring handling characteristics.” Indeed, Simon Lambert, the company's Chief Motorsport and Technical Officer, said, “If Caterham was only going to make one car for the rest of its days, this would be it.”

Prices for a fully-built Seven 310 start at £24,995. Orders are being accepted now, but deliveries won't begin until the start of 2017.

The good news for Seven 270 owners is that they haven't been forgotten, because their cars can have the same upgrades retro-fitted for £1,495.

Caterham Seven 310R (2017) Rear SideCaterham Seven 310R (2017) Side

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