To me, Caterhams represent all that is good with motoring: an open top, no silly luxury features, and a relatively light body that begs to be tossed around. The CSR takes over for the R500 in the Caterham Seven lineup, using a Ford Duratec brainwashed by Cosworth in order to produce 200-bhp and meet Euro IV emissions standards, something the old motor couldn't manage. The CSR still rocks the classic Seven design, except for the loud red interior that will most likely be optional on the £27,450 roadster. A 260-bhp model is also available for just under £34K.
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