The Ariel Atom 4 is all new -- except for carrying over the last model's clutch and brake pedals and fuel-filler cap.

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The Atom 4 now uses a Honda Civic Type R engine, meaning it's got 320 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque.

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The all-new chassis is said to be stiffer and safer, while also offering more interior room.

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Ariel redesigned the air scoop that sits behind the two seats.

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Restyled bodywork makes the Atom 4 more aerodynamic than before, with less drag and improved downforce.

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A full-digital display from AIM shows multiple menus with data for both road and track driving.

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With its new engine, the Atom 4 will hit 60 miles per hour in 2.8 seconds and carries on to a top speed of 162 mph.

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As ever, the cabin is pretty spartan, with these bucket seats and harnesses as standard.

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A new wind deflector is supposed to reduce buffeting on occupants' heads.

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