Classic British Carmaker Atalanta Motor Car to Bring New Model at Concours of Elegance

For those who are not quite fond of today vehicle’s design, there are several companies out there that can make you an oldschool car with modern touches not to compromise safety and comfort. Such a company is Atalanta which will debut a new classic vehicle this weekend.
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Atalanta motors was an English automaker based in Middlesex, which produced 2-door sports, coupe and saloons between 1937 and 1939. The company is now back in business to create exclusive oldschool-on-the-outside modern-on-the-inside cars for sirs and they recently announced the first car will be unveiled this week.

Maintaining the true lines of its predecessor, the new Atalanta will be uncovered at the third edition International Concours of Elegance taking place at Hampton Court Palace between 5 - 7 September.

“Staying true to the original Atalanta design principles, we have enhanced the positive and enjoyable characteristics of vintage motoring in a style that is relevant and exciting today,” said Atalanta Motors managing director Martyn Corfield. “As in the 1930’s, Atalanta Motors provides the opportunity to commission an individual driving machine to exacting requirements. The new sports car readily offers an exhilarating drive with assured handling and a supremely comfortable ride.”

Along with the No. 1 chassis number of the new model, visitors will also be able to see an original 1937 Atalanta, a model that won the “Best in Show” title at the 2007 Cartier et Luxe Concours.
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