"A lot of the customer feedback we've had so far said that the front was too flat, that it was too much like a slab," Caterham CEO Graham MacDonald told Autocar. "We're looking at redesigning the front end slightly, and we'll be looking at a windscreen and putting a roof on as well."
Doors, windows, roofs and windshields are all fine and dandy on most cars, but the concept of adding these things on a Caterham, a car that so devoutly follows the "add lightness" philosophy of Colin Chapman, is at the very least, unusual. But it's not just what the customers want – it's what the money wants. "Our shareholders are keen that especially in the East, to drive a car like this you need doors and air conditioning and an enclosed space," MacDonald said.
The redesigned AeroSeven is targeted for a debut in 2015.