Then, you might like this:
The AeroSeven concept. The future of Caterham's design.
The concept is full of electronics and LED lamps everywhere (including 3D monitor), so it weighs 75 kg more than the standard CSR - 635 kg, even though the whole car is fully made of CF. AeroSeven uses 2.0 Duratec engine, which is enough to get 236 bhp @ 8500 and 206 Nm. So the p/w ratio should be close to 400 bhp/tonne. And the power is sent via 6-speed manual to RWD. Two modes are available - Road and Race. Sounds like lots of fun and performance, but 0-100 time doesn't sound too much impressive - 4.0 sec.
The body is made to be maximally aerodynamical and downforce (it doesn't even have a windshield!; thankfully, it's got the mirror!). That, of course, benefits, but I'm not a fan of the modern design. IMO, it looks like a polished soap-box with Christmas lights, kind of awful; Caterham for teenagers... I prefer the classy original Seven.
Caterham is considering putting this car to production in 2014. Well, it would be a perfect competitor to the Vuhl 05.