700 Horsepower Twin Charged Ariel Atom

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Ariel Atom is the last vehicle on the planet we would “upgrade.” The thing is an absolute monster out of the box, but apparently the folks at DDMWorks out of South Carolina thought differently.

The team really took this vehicle to the next level,  adding both a turbocharger and supercharger to a built motor that’s now pumping out an astounding 700 horsepower. As if the power wasn’t enough for any vehicle, don’t forget that this Ariel Atom weighs in at a measly 1,450 pounds, giving this thing a 2.07 power to weight ratio. Translation, this DDMWorks Ariel Atom hauls ass.

700 Horsepower Twin Charged Ariel Atom (5)

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