Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Caterham, 620 at the Goodwood Festival of speed to reveal: brutal road and rail machine do 0-60 in 2.8 seconds

Caterham, 620 at the Goodwood Festival of speed to reveal: brutal road and rail machine do 0-60 in 2.8 seconds
Brutal road and rail machine is 0-60 in 2.8 seconds do Caterham
The new Caterham 620 R provide superior performance
Caterham has dubbed a new version of the seven the 620 R, and it will be shown this weekend at the Goodwood Festival of speed to the public for the first time. This new seven uses a 2.0-litre Ford Duratec compressor engine produces a reported 310 hp. The 620 make the Sprint from 0-60 in less than 2.8 seconds and strips up to a top speed of 155 mph.

These are frightening statistics to be sure, and as usual we have the Caterham lightweight engineering, to thank.

The 620 R the Caterham since the early 1970s years can be part of the current development of the seven appear as,-has made, although the car roots back even further. The sole focus of the 620 R is performance, and as a result, this is one of the most concentrated cars produced by Caterham. Caterham CEO Graham Macdonald was not words, minced meat simply States that "the 620 R the hardcore production 7 for the road is built." With figures like we be Word for it.

Under the skin of the, there's not much in any case, the 620 R offers a de-Dion rear axle with high shock. The car sits on a 13-inch alloy wheels with Avon ZZR tyres-shod. Interior panels are of course carbon fiber-which is found in almost all areas of the vehicle, including the seats.

The 620 R a car for the street, is in fact in the UK at least where it is expected retail for 49.995 plus tax (about $75.522). This is actually quite a bargain for the power that it offers. Whether it is a bargain in some other areas, is another question. And we will not have much time talking about the various functions and comfort of the car to spend, because there is no. Except for a few racing-spec seats and steering wheel racing-spec.

The 620 R, is sitting securely on the extreme end of the scale, even for a manufacturer of highly concentrated track machines. These bare bones missiles present quite a contrast to the entry level seven of Caterham, an efficiency target model, which the company will unveil later in the fall.

These seven can be a little too extreme to buy 620 S model, which will be shown in addition to the seven at Goodwood. The S version offers slightly more in the way of creature comforts, even though many of the basic foundations of the variant is R parts

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