Most cars are defined by what forms them. The Ariel Atom is about what doesn’t.
Sorry to start all Sartre, but the skeletal Brit sports car has always been an intellectual exercise in minimalism as well as a means of A-to-B. The Atom is about what’s missing as much as what is there: no roof, no doors, no glass and pretty much zero bodywork.
It’s more of an artfully assembled collection of gaps and spaces than a solid object.
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