We called the gloriously minimalist Ariel Atom "awesomeness that defies all classification." And that's just how we feel about the outside; Auto Shepherd stopped by Arizona distributor Sector 111 (which, incidentally, will also handle the outrageous BAC Mono) to pore over every detail under the Atom's skin, what little of it there is.

Then they took it to In-N-Out.

For an up-close look at Ariel's extreme open wheeler, check out the video after the jump.



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      RodRAEG
      • 2 Years Ago
      Why don't they show something that the average person can afford and blah blah blah oh wait I just remembered I'm not lame. DO WANT SO BAD!!!
      ablogreadr
      • 2 Years Ago
      these are incredible driving machines. shame you americans have to put up with the ugly roll-over bar. skimp the full windscreen and go for the smaller aero screens if you must.
      Ernie Mccracken
      • 2 Years Ago
      Why no Caterham?
      Peter
      • 2 Years Ago
      That was actually a good video explanation of some of the Ariel atom features.
        j3oomerang
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Peter
        Yeah, I really enjoyed this video. One of the better videos I've seen in a long time from Autoblog.
      • 2 Years Ago
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      Alex Butti
      • 2 Years Ago
      That looked fun; although during the tour inside the Sector 111 shop the camera guy could have follow closer the guy talking and really show the nuts and bolts, instead of moving around the camera all the time. Other than that, I didn't know the Ariel is actually legal to drive it on the road (at least here in the US).