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Thursday, 22 April 2010

Ariel Atom - the speed sensation

It takes a lot to make an impression on the car world – there are plenty of brands who make new cars all the time which really only make it onto the radar of enthusiasts and super fans. But the Ariel Atom is different – even people who don’t keep up with car news are talking about this vehicle which has revolutionised car design as we know it and burst onto the car scene in a blaze of glory and you can drive one with an Ariel Atom driving experience.
For starters, it doesn’t look like a normal car – such is the precision of the engineering that everything has been designed for optimum speed, meaning that heavy accessories such as body panels are not required. This weight saving exercise is not in vain because the super sleek Ariel Atom can do 0-60 in 2.9 seconds which is an impressive time and one which puts may Ferraris to shame.
Even the famously curmudgeonly Jeremy Clarkson went into raptures over the Ariel Atom, describing it as one of the most beautiful cars in the world despite its lack of standard bodywork on the grounds that the engineering is so perfectly fit for purpose.
With so much to offer any car fan, the Ariel Atom is one of the ultimate driving experiences, making it a great gift idea for someone who enjoys the thrill of high speed, white knuckle driving and likes to try the latest gadgets whenever they can.
Whether you’re trying to find the perfect present for a petrol head for a birthday, anniversary or any other special occasion an Ariel Atom thrill is a great gift idea and one which is sure to earn the lucky recipient bragging rights as they become the first among their friends to try the latest speed sensation for themselves. And if you just fancy trying it yourself, you won’t be disappointed – the chance to try an Ariel Atom driving experience is not to be missed, so why not treat yourself to the thrill of a lifetime in a car which just might change the way the world thinks of speed.

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