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Aston Martin Atom

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Aston Martin Atom
Aston Martin Atom (8203121907).jpg
Overview
ManufacturerAston Martin
Production1939/1944
Body and chassis
ClassPrototype grand tourer
Body style4 door saloon
LayoutFR layout
Powertrain
Engine2.0 L I4

The Aston Martin Atom is a prototype car, constructed in 1939. The Atom is one of the first fully functional concept cars. Designed by Claude Hill, the body was aluminium over a tubular steel frame, and a marked change in design from previous cars. It was originally powered by a model 15/98 engine, but subsequently upgraded after the war with a 2-litre engine in 1944. Apparently, after driving the Atom in 1947, David Brown decided to buy the Aston Martin company.

The car is currently owned by Aston Martin enthusiast and collector Tom Rollason, who has owned it since 1985, and is currently on display at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon.[citation needed]

References

  • Website about the Aston Martin Atom
  • "Aston Martin Atom". Retrieved 23 March 2015.
This page was last edited on 4 August 2020, at 09:18
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