Caterham’s new Japanese owners have ‘appetite’ for electric Seven

BRITISH sports car maker Caterham has said that there is “appetite” among its new shareholders to make an electric version of the much-loved Seven roadster.

The company announced today that it has been taken over by VT Holdings, a Japanese Automotive firm that has been an importer of the Caterham Seven for almost a decade. The company also brings models from other British brands including Lotus, Royal Enfield and Norton into Japan.

VT sells 120 Sevens in the country per year, making it the car maker’s biggest market outside of the UK.

In a statement, VT Holdings’ chief executive Kazuho

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