We are proud to announce that we have reached an agreement with the Caterham and Lotus Seven Club to offer special discounts to all members of the club on all our catalogue. The Caterham and Lotus Seven Club is the custodian of the Lotus Seven & Caterham Seven. The club also enshrines the Caterham 21 which this year celebrates 25 years with approximately sixty cars remaining road worthy.
From today, 4500 members of the club will enjoy special discounts on our catalogue. We will also be working with the management team for additional benefits which will be annonunced very soon! In order to profit from this discounts, members of the club will be provided a discount code which can be used to order online and also over the phone. Details of these will be provided through the club´s site in the coming days.
Cover Company has over 10 years experience in designing, manufacturing and distributing high quality car covers all over the world. We have over 5000 patterns in stock and can produce custom covers for all Lotus / Caterham 7 versions.
Contact Details with our Customer services team:
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- Contact number: +44 (0)20 3289 4925
Customer service line is open Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 17:00.
Our team is very excited about this new partnership and look forward to start working with the club in new car cover designs for the Lotus 7.
The Lotus Seven was first introduced in 1957 and was in production until 1972. It was designed by Colin Chapman, the founder of Lotus, as an affordable, lightweight sports car for enthusiasts. The Seven was made available in kit form, which allowed customers to build the car themselves or have it built by a third party. The car was powered by a variety of small engines, including Ford and Coventry Climax units. The Seven was known for its excellent handling and performance, and it quickly established a reputation as a popular choice for amateur racers.
The Seven underwent several updates and revisions over the years, including the introduction of a more powerful engine in the Series 2 model and the addition of a hardtop option in the Series 3. Despite its success, production of the Seven ended in 1972 as Lotus shifted its focus to more profitable models.
In the following years, the Lotus Seven was not produced by the original manufacturer, but several companies took the rights to produce the car under license, like Caterham Cars and Westfield Sportscars. These companies continued to produce and sell the Seven, and it remains popular among enthusiasts to this day. The car design is considered a classic, and it continues to be celebrated for its lightweight, minimalist design and emphasis on driving pleasure.
The Caterham 7 is a lightweight sports car that was originally produced by Caterham Cars in the UK. It was introduced in the 1970s and is based on the Lotus Seven, a car that was first produced in the 1950s. The Caterham 7 is known for its simplicity, lightweight construction, and handling, making it a popular choice for drivers who enjoy driving on twisty roads and participating in motorsports events. The car is available in a variety of engine sizes and configurations, and can be purchased as a kit or fully assembled.