That car looks very extreme, of course because if you drive this car on the highway, it certainly is not very suitable, suitable sports car is only driven on race circuits to follow the race car. 2013 Caterham R600 Superlight is built to deliver the best results in the racing circuit, satisfactory performance support and have a new supercharged engine more powerful. Caterham is expecting at least a 16-car grid for the debut championship season in 2013, with 30 cars anticipated to Compete the following year.
2013 Caterham R600 Superlight uses a supercharged engine with a capacity of 2 liter Ford Duratec engine that can generate power up to 275 bhp and has a 6-speed transmission sequential. The R600′s dedicated the championship will further extend Caterham Motorsport ‘ladder’, currently topped by the hugely successful R300 series.
The Caterham R600 race car, which costs £44,995, will be the first Seven ever to feature forced induction technology, making it the fastest ever production Seven and a natural progression from the advances made with Caterham’s sports prototype, the SP/300.R, which uses a similar power plant.
The latest variant of the Seven can be bought as a new car or existing R300 owners can upgrade their vehicles to Caterham R600 spec