This is the 2010 Caterham Seven Special Edition developed in collaboration with British clothing company Lambretta for an unique visual aspect.
The Carnaby Street based company has left its mark on the 2010 Caterham Seven Special Edition by adding a new body finish (red, white and blue) witch identifies with the fashion label’s image. The same color combination has been unsed inside the 2010 Caterham Seven Special Edition across the seats, dashboard, floor mats and boot.
Powering the 2010 Caterham Seven Special Edition is a 1.6-litre engine producing 125 BHP mated to a 5-speed gearbox and which enables 0 to 60 mph accelerations done in 6.0 seconds.
The 2010 Caterham Seven Special Edition price is 26,995 GBP.
Caterham press release :
Caterham Cars has teamed up with another iconic British company, Lambretta Clothing, to give its legendary Seven sportscar a visual overhaul for a unique 2010 Special Edition.
The British-owned fashion label, which is based in London’s famous Carnaby Street, has drawn on its characteristic flair and rich heritage in popular culture to create a bespoke, custom-tailored Caterham, which screams ‘Britannia’.
The body paint, decals and livery leave you in no doubt of its geographic heritage with the Union Jack’s unmistakable hue of red, white and blue dressing the paintwork.
Naturally, the theme continues inside with a matching colour scheme spanning the leather seats, dash, carpets and boot. Hand-stitched seat piping, embossed Lambretta motifs and a stylish Moto-Lita steering wheel finish the interior detailing.
Under the skin, the engineering is pure Caterham.
Powered by a 1.6-litre Ford Sigma engine, which pushes out 125bhp, the Lambretta Special Edition can call upon 120lbs ft of torque to propel its lightweight frame to 60mph in six seconds. The marriage of a quick-fire five-speed gearbox, with a purposeful chassis, provides the responsiveness and handling characteristics every Seven is famous for.
Available immediately, the Caterham Seven Lambretta Special Edition is priced at £26,995 OTR.
Lambretta’s managing director, Rob Harmer explained: “Designing the exterior and interior of a car is an entirely different challenge to our core business of fashion and accessories, but there are clearly some shared philosophies between the two companies, which made this collaboration so exciting.”    

Source: Caterham