Ariel Atom

  • Ariel Atom 3.5R revealed with 350bhp, priced at £80,000

    Ariel Atom just got even more interesting with the launch of a new Atom 3.5R special edition. The Atom 3.5R is powered by an uprated 350bhp 2.0-litre turbo sourced from Honda Civic Type-R, that in the more standard Ariel Atom produces 310bhp. Additional 40bhp were… Continue reading »

  • Rezvani Beast revealed, based on the Ariel Atom

    California based Rezvani Motors has unveiled the Beast - a new lightweight, high-performance sports car based on the Ariel Atom. Designed by talented Samir Sadikhov, whose has previously created the amazing Aston Martin DBC concept, the Beast features a carbon fibre body, narrow headlights, aggressive… Continue reading »

  • Ariel Atom 3.5 Revealed With Up to 310bhp

    Ariel has revealed a new Atom 3.5, that features a stiffer chassis derived from the Atom V8 and MUGEN versions. Honda's 2.0-litre iVTEC in naturally aspirated configuration develops as previously 245bhp, while the supercharged version has received 10 extra horsepower, delivering now 310bhp, thanks to… Continue reading »

  • Ariel Atom 700 By DDMWorks Packs 700bhp

    The Ariel Atom 3 is considered one of the purest sports cars on the market. It lacks a roof, windows and other features normally found on road cars. With the 2.4 litre Honda l4 engine it reaches 60mph in just 2.8sec and has a top… Continue reading »

  • Ariel Atom Gets New Race Series In UK Called Atom Cup

    Ariel Atom with its minimal bodywork and amazing power-to-weight ratio is one of the purest street-legal sports cars you can buy today. They are also perfect for track use and from next year a new single make UK Race Series called Atom Cup will be… Continue reading »

  • Morgan Aero Supersports

    The State Of British Cars

    Although many famous car manufacturers have come out of Britain, most are owned by foreign companies and few cars are still produced here. Just how many British cars are there on sale? Jaguar, Vauxhall, Mini, Bentley and Lotus are all well-known British manufacturers, but none… Continue reading »