Ariel has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the Atom 3.5, which is coming with some interesting new features.
According to the car manufacturer, the new Ariel Atom 3.5 now has a chassis derived from the V8 and Mugen Editions and this is improving the torsional rigidity and stiffness. The model is also getting new dampers and revised engine mounts which should offer a better balance and traction on the track.
“Whether it’s a fast road car, the ultimate track-day weapon, a fun weekend car or a combination of all three, we can make a car that is personal and individual to that particular customer”, said the director of Ariel, Simon Saunders.
The new Ariel Atom 3.5 is coming with the naturally aspirated 2.0 liter Honda iVTEC engine under its hood which is still producing 245 BHP, while the supercharged version now gets 10 more BHP to a total of 310 BHP. The model now has a restyled bonnet, LED Turn, stop and taillights, two projector headlamps, a new LCD dashboard display with gear-shift lights and the data logger can be added as an option and this can display the G force or lap times.