Caterham Cars produce specialist lightweight sports cars, the company name comes from its place of origin - Caterham, Surrey, England.
Caterham Car Reviews
In the 1960s and early 70s, Caterham Cars were a major Lotus 7 dealer, until 1973, when Lotus discontinued the model and Graham Nearn - the Caterham owner - purchased the rights to continue manufacturing the car.
The car has now been in continuous production for over 50 years and is recognised by many as one of the most iconic sports cars of the 20th century.
An old-school racer with sharp handling and distinctive styling. The iconic 7 is available in the Classic, Roadsport and Superlight forms.
Not exactly an ideal every day car, the CSR is more suited to the track due to its excellent handling and performance. The CSR has similar looks to the 7, but is slightly larger, with a completely different chassis, engine and suspension system.