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All-Electric Caterham Project V Coupe Concept Revealed!

The rear-wheel drive 268 bhp coupe features extensive use of carbon fibre and aluminium with Caterham targeting a kerb weight of just 1190 kg
Caterham’s First Ever Coupe
Caterham has unveiled a new electric sportscar concept called Project V. Displayed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the concept is designed by Caterham Chief Designer, Anthony Jannarelly, and built by Italian firm Italdesign
An All-New Design From Caterham
Unlike the open cockpit Caterham Sevens, the Project V is an enclosed coupe with a design reminiscent of a mid-engine sportscar
Sticking to Caterham’s Lightweight Traditions
The sleek low-slung coupe features extensive use of carbon fibre and aluminium both in the bodywork and chassis. The company says it is targeting a kerb weight of under 1190 kg - impressive for an EV with a 55kWh battery pack
Exterior Design
The front-end design features production-spec headlamps, and an aggressive front bumper. The coupe roofline neatly blends into the rear deck ending in an integrated spoiler. At the rear, the tail lamps are a design element that stands out
Unconventional Seating Arrangement
Inside, the Project V features a rather unique a 2+1 seating layout, with a 2+2 configuration being optional. Rather than having a driver sit front and centre, the seating configuration has the rear-seat occupant sitting in the centre
Interior Design
The dashboard design is clean and uncluttered with a central touchscreen and relatively few switches. The instrument cluster features a twin-pod layout though its an all-digital unit
Specifications of the Project V Concept
The 55 kWh battery pack is paired with a 200 kW (268 bhp) electric motor driving the rear wheels. Caterham claims a 0 to 100kph
 time of 4.5 seconds. The vehicle
is estimated to have a top speed
of 230 kph and a range of 400km
When Can We Expect It
to Be Launched?
Caterham has hinted that the concept could make production
by early 2026
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