Changes to the new model are minimal and consist of diagonal side rails in the chassis and a twin exhaust outlet up back. Most of the roadster’s panels have been revised, and there’s also an optional wind deflector available that will reduce pressure on the driver’s head. The seating position has also been lowered, improving both the car’s center of gravity and comfort levels.
A brand new chassis features an extra 60mm of width but the track and wheelbase of the Atom 3 remains the same as its predecessors. The range is still powered by the familiar 2.0L iVTEC Type R and gets new Bilstein ten-way adjustable dampers as part of a upgraded suspension package. Output from the supercharged version of the 2.0L engine remains at 300hp so we suspect top speed will still be around the 150 mph mark.