2015 Caterham Seven 620 R features variety of performance enhancements. 2015 Caterham Seven 620 R is the most potential Seven which has a couple of plated and a tax disc. The range of 2015 Caterham Seven 620 R replaces the R500 and surpasses it with an absurd 580bhp/ton ratio.
2015 Caterham Seven 620 R highlights
2015 Caterham Seven 620 R has powered by a supercharged 2-litre Ford Duratec engine which is developing 311bhp and 219lb ft of torque. 2015 Caterham Seven 620 R is also featured by a six-speed sequential transmission which is completed with flat-shift so you can maintain your right foot pinned while you pull via the gears. The optimum chassis can be provided by adjustable motorsport dampers.
At first glance, 2015 Caterham Seven 620 R is just like any other seven cars, but it has a lot of technology powers. The nose cone is featured by an extra intake which is completed with a couple of small fins. This car has a pair of dive planes which are mounted that is located to the sides of the nose cone can be used to reduce the lift while the wing-section wishbones can be used to hold the drag. 2015 Caterham Seven 620 R has featured by interior panels an aero screen and seats in carbon fiber. So this car is perfect for you to go track driving but not good enough for road driving.
2015 Caterham Seven 620 R can be driven 0-60 in 2.79 seconds. The limiting factor of this car is the traction all the way to through first gear specifically because there are no electronics to work the wheel spin.
For bumpier roads, the suspension is a little bit too stiff but there is a level of compliance the works on the sharpest edges which makes the wheels will stay on the ground which is great for such a flyweight car. The steering of this car is physical. Positive inputs will be demanded by the sequential transmission.
You can hit the silly speeds by using this car but you can reach them in the blink of an eye with a right manner. This car is so small, so it is possible for you to ride this car on a variety of roads such as sweeping roads or slithering.
On the track, 2015 Caterham Seven 620 R is more physical than any other car in its class. This car has the sequential gearbox which can be responded to fast and the sheer grip can be generated by the treaded tires.