New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review

New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review

New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review
New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review

New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review - The Ariel Atom may need in stylish request for the socially slanted, yet where needs in complex magnificence, it more than makes up for with a driving knowledge dissimilar to all others. Presently, suppose you have an Atom that is more influential than anything in its lineup outside of the Atom 500 . 

This here is the Atom 3.5r (a speedier and all the more effective variant of the Atom 3.5 ), and yes, that "R" connected to its name implies an Atom that accompanies an assembly of redesigns, visual and flight optimized changes, enhanced transmission and suspension setups, and obviously a supercharger. 

A standout amongst the most amazing characteristics of the Atom is its weight, or need thereof. Weighing only 1,220 pounds, the Atom's skeletal structure fits the sort of frightening execution that makes test driving the auto commensurate to a close demise experience. It's no big surprise why the individuals who have driven the Atom authenticate its proficiencies in reshaping their countenances into an exceptional synthesis of shapes. 

  • year: 2014
  • make: Ariel 
  • Model: Atom 
  • price: $ 135000
  • Engine: inline-4
  • Horsepower @ RPM: 350
  • Torque @ RPM: 243
  • Displacement: 2.0 L
  • 0-60 time: 2.6 sec.
  • Top Speed: 155 mph


New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review

Contrasted with the Ariel Atom 3.5, the 3.5r conveys a lot of styling progressions, highlighted by the vicinity of a back wing and discretionary side units simply before the back wheels. These two units, by chance, serve different purposes with one lodging another intercooler that helps cool the packed air — 11 psi worth — and the other emphasizing a remote oil cooler. 

In addition to adding bodywork, 3.5R Atom still has a redesigned hood, twin projector headlights, and LED turn and rear lights, all of which we first saw on the Atom 3.5.


On the inside, Ariel didn't affirm any changes, so its sensible to hope to see the same LCD dashboard show that has rigging movement lights as the 3.5 characteristics, and also the same information lumberjack that shows discriminating data about the auto, including lap times and the measure of G-energy you're subjected to when you choose to risk everything by taking the Atom 3.5r for a twist on the track. 

Drivetrain And Suspension

New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review

the extent that its mechanical redesigns go, well, the 3.5r is the closest thing to a prophetically calamitous ride as you can discover. For one, its 2.0-liter ivtec motor has been supercharged to create 350 pull and 243 pound-feet of torque. Join that with another Sadev six-rate successive hustling transmission that upshifts in only 40 milliseconds and downshifts a hair slower at 50 milliseconds. 

Ohlins Ttx36 dampers are likewise some piece of the standard bundle for the Atom 3.5r, which ought to serve the rocket on wheels well on the track. 

Take all that into the mathematical statement and you have an auto that can hit 60 mph in a rankling 2.6 seconds to run with an electronically restricted top pace of 155 mph. It's a dependable fact that the Atom 3.5r can undoubtedly overshadow 155 mph, however in light of a legitimate concern for driver's security, Ariel selected to simply keep it at 155 mph. 


New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review

The Ariel Atom 3.5r is comparable to its going to get for rate seekers in the UK. In any case as is dependably the case, there's a cost to be paid for such excites, and for this situation, that value is near £80,000, which is about $135,000 focused around present trade rates. 



New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review

BAC Mono is a solitary seat track auto exceptionally created to assume models like the Atom 3.5r and the KTM X-Bow. The Mono is controlled by a 2.3-liter, four-barrel motor that conveys what added up to 280 torque and sprints the auto to a great top rate of 170 mph. It's not as capable as the Atom 3.5r, yet its still more than skilled to be a rush ride all its own. 

BAC Mono is also available in the U.S. market at a price of $ 130,000. Good luck with finding one, though, because last we heard, only 12 units make their way here.


New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review

One of the greatest rush components of the KTM X-Bow was that it was planned in light of force and rate, regardless of the fact that it took a swing at the cost of general solace. 

Electrical power to the X-Bow GT arrives such as a new light and portable 3. 0-liter TSFI four-banger that will produces 281 power with 6, 400 rpm and 309 pound-feet of torque with 3, 200 rpm, and can struck 62 mph in a mere 4. 1 just a few seconds to travel using a leading speed of 143 mph.

Once more, a bit short of the 350-pull yield of the Atom 3.5r, however enough to give drivers of the X-Bow its excite ride for the ages. - New 2014 Ariel Atom 3.5R Review
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