Caterham has officially lifted the curtain on its all-electric coupe concept car, the Project V. Designed to be lightweight, fast and quick to charge, the car could make its full road debut as soon as late 2025 or early 2026.
The Project V will be powered by a 200kW single-engine electric powertrain combined with a 44kWh USOC lithium-ion battery pack said to be capable of recharging from 20-80% in 15 minutes using a 150kW DC charger.
As for what the car can do in practice, Caterham mentions that the Project V can reach 0-62 mph in less than 4.5 seconds and will have an estimated top speed of about 143 mph, while offering a range of 249 miles on a single charge.
Because Caterham is a racing brand, the Project V would weigh only 1,190 kg in its 2 + 1 seat configuration – although it will be heavier when set to its 2 + 2 seat layout.
Since this is a concept car, there is no mention of price or a release date, but we are told that the car will make its physical debut today, July 13, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.