LONDON: Caterham will unveil its new coupé concept car, Project V, on July 12.
The fully-electric model will showcase a completely new design language for the British sports car brand as it looks to the future.
Project V is the creation of chief designer Anthony Jannarelly.
While this new concept may be a visual departure from the existing Seven range, Caterham said the car sticks to the company's core values of lightness, simplicity and a driver-focused experience.
The company has partnered with renowned engineering and design firm, Italdesign, to bring that vision to life, manufacturing the show car at its Turin headquarters in Italy.
The Project V show car will make its public debut at July 13-16 Goodwood Festival of Speed where it will be unveiled on the Caterham stand.
Jannarelly is the founder of Jannarelly Automotive and a Caterham Seven owner. He is working for Caterham on a consultancy basis.