Unique Caterham Seven 360R Honors RAF Puma HC2 Helicopter with Parts for Charity

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Unique Caterham Seven 360R Honors RAF Puma HC2 Helicopter
Unique Caterham Seven 360R Honors RAF Puma HC2 Helicopter

Caterham Sevens are known for being exceptional driver’s cars, but this particular Seven is unlike any other.

Built in collaboration with the Royal Air Force (RAF) to benefit injured service personnel, it’s a one-off designed to turn heads and raise money.

This unique car boasts an aeronautical theme, embodied by its paint scheme that pays homage to the Puma HC2 helicopter.

This versatile workhorse can transport cargo, troops, or passengers, and can even be outfitted for medical evacuations.

Unique Caterham Seven 360R Honors RAF Puma HC2 Helicopter
Unique Caterham Seven 360R Honors RAF Puma HC2 Helicopter (Caterham)

The RAF’s Puma HC2 variant was officially designated Puma HC.Mk 2, entered service in 2015 after operational trials in 2013.

This special Caterham will be on display at the upcoming British Grand Prix, but the real story lies beneath its unique exterior.

A unique Caterham Seven 360R has been built to honor the service of the Puma HC2 helicopter. The car incorporates parts from the retired helicopter, including aluminum skin and an emergency door handle.

The interior boasts carbon seats with evacuation instructions stitched in and a military-themed dashboard with a repurposed navigation clock.

This one-of-a-kind car is a tribute to the RAF personnel who served on the Puma, and the proceeds from its auction will go towards supporting injured servicemen and women.

At its core, the 360R features a powerful 2.0-liter Duratec engine, delivering exhilarating performance with a 0-60 mph time of 4.8 seconds and a top speed of 130 mph.

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