Introducing the stunning Caterham Super Seven Roadsport 1.6 Sigma – 150bhp in Viper Blue metallic, with a host of impressive options that will take your driving experience to the next level. This car is available at Hofmann’s Henley with only 6970 miles on the clock and is ready to be your ultimate driving machine.
The heart of this roadster is its 1.6-litre Sigma engine, producing an impressive 150bhp. With its lightweight construction and responsive power delivery, this car is a true driver’s delight. The Limited Slip Differential option adds even more control and precision to your driving, allowing you to push the limits of this machine on the open road.
The black leather seating and center tunnel provide a comfortable and stylish interior that is perfect for long journeys. The full wet weather kit ensures that you can enjoy this car in any weather condition, while the half roof provides added protection from the elements. The adjustable leather seats and lowered floor to the driver’s side guarantee that you will find your perfect driving position with ease.
The 4-point harnesses and push-button start add a racing feel to the driving experience, while the brand new alloy radiator and spare wheel mounting ensure that you can enjoy this car with peace of mind. The full spare set of Minilite’s fitted with road tyres provides you with the option of switching up your wheels for a different look and feel.
This Caterham Super Seven Roadsport is a true masterpiece and is a must-have for any driving enthusiast. Don’t miss out on the chance to own this incredible machine. Visit Hofmann’s Henley today to experience this beauty in person.
In 1973, Lotus decided to shed its kit car image and concentrate on limited series motor racing cars and up-market sports cars. As part of this plan, it sold the rights to the Seven to its only remaining agents, Caterham Cars in England and Steel Brothers Limited in New Zealand. At the time the current production car was the Series 4, but when Caterham ran out of the Lotus Series 4 kits in 1974 they introduced its own version of the Series 3, as the Caterham Seven. The modern day Roadsports and Superlights (in “narrow-bodied chassis” form) are the direct descendants of this car and therefore of the original Lotus 7.
As with all our cars here at Hofmann’s the car has undergone a comprehensive pre sales inspection by one of our trained technicians.
All vehicles supplied through Hofmann’s have funding options available, are all warranted and part exchanges welcome.