Caterham returns with a new heritage range of models, which includes two products from the Super Seven lineup. The Super Seven 600 and Super Seven 2000 will be both sold in the United Kingdom, while the latter will also be available in the United States at a later date. Both cars can be bought in kit and fully built forms.

The Super Seven 600 is powered by a 0.6-litre Suzuki turbo engine generating a peak output of 84 bhp (63 kilowatts) as found in the Seven 170 model. The sports car rides on live axle chassis and can accelerate from a standstill to 62 miles per hour (0-100 kilometres per hour) in just 6.9 seconds. 

Gallery: Caterham Super Seven 2000

The more powerful version features a 2.0-litre Ford Duratec engine with 180 bhp (134 kW). This vehicle is mechanically related to the Seven 360 and the two share a de-Dion chassis found as seen in many other models from the British company. The sprint to 62 mph (100 kph) takes 4.8 seconds. Customers searching for better track performance can order the optional sport suspension package with a rear anti-roll bar and four-piston ventilated front seats.

Visually, the two Super Seven models represent a mix of Caterham styling from the 1970s and 1980s. This can be best seen in the flared front wings/fenders, hiding 14-inch wheels with vintage design. Both vehicles are fitted with Avon ZT7 tyres and polished exhaust pipe, as well as LED rear lights as a modern touch.

Gallery: Caterham Super Seven 600

Sit behind the black leather steering wheel and you’ll notice the carpeted rear panel, available in several different colours to match the leather seats, dashboard, gearbox tunnel, and handbrake gaiter. Some of these hues are exclusive to the new Super Seven series and are currently not available for Caterham’s other products.

As mentioned above, both the Super Seven 600 and Super Seven 2000 will be available in the UK. Only the more powerful variant will come Stateside, though there’s no pricing available yet. In the UK, the Super Seven 600 starts at £29,990, while the Super Seven 2000 kicks off at £39,990. Both prices are for the car in component kit format.