The Caterham 310R is among the ultimate developments of the renowned British racing car manufacturer, designed by Colin Chapman and assembled in Dartford, Kent, United Kingdom, in 2016. This considerably improved rear-wheel-drive Caterham version runs with a 1.6L 4-Cylinder Sigma engine built by Ford, which produces a maximum output power of 152 Bhp and 124 Lb-ft of torque. These racing-oriented vehicles come with a lightweight and sleek 5-speed manual transmission. The 310R can reach a top speed of 127 Mph, going from 0-60 Mph in 4.8 seconds. This racecar's concept is faithful to the brand philosophy: to provide drivers what they need to hit the tracks for totally uncorrupted enjoyment, rejecting any distractions from electronics.
The road-legal Caterham 310R has a current market value of around 21,495 €. This racer has no doors but lightweight side screens, composite race seats, and a carbon-fiber dashboard to further reduce weight. It comes out of the factory with 13-inch alloy wheels with 185/55/R13 Avon ZZS treaded tires, supported by custom-made suspension and brakes. The Caterham 310R offers a premium package with a 6-speed manual gearbox, a carbon vinyl trunk cover, and high-intensity lights with LED running lights. The 310R is a brilliant racing car with good raw steering and an astonishing velocity. Definitely, a real treat to take out for laps on the racetracks.