23 February 2014

The Caterham 620R packs wide-track front suspension, a supercharged 2.0-litre Ford Duratec motor producing 311bhp and 219lb ft driving the back wheels through a straight-cut, sequential six-speed gearbox and limited-slip differential.

It is a few ancillaries away from being a race car, and not much this side of a hypercar such as the Bugatti Veyron could keep pace with it. It is extreme in a way only drivers of a BAC Mono or Ariel Atom could understand.

Steve Sutcliffe puts Caterham's fastest ever road car to the test to find out if it is also its most intoxicating.

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jason_recliner 25 February 2014

Sutter the Nutter!

Best video reviews out there. You can string a sentence together, you can string several corners together (usually completely bonkers sideways). Love it!
Peter Cavellini 24 February 2014


The car that is,it's a Toy,only the brave and expert should drive it ,and on a track only,it's way to expensive for what it is,and you would wear a Helmet to drive it so you didn't get fly's in your mouth or broken Teeth or a Black eye from debris being kicked up in front of you.
Einarbb 23 February 2014

A normal bloke is better off with the new 3-cylinder Cateram

...as something as fast as this, is really to much to handle - lest the driver has spent some quality time on track learning how to drive it, honing his reactions.