Atalanta Motors has announced a new model will be revealed this weekend at the International Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace in UK.

Atalanta Motors has announced a new model will be revealed this weekend at the International Concours of Elegance at Hampton Court Palace in UK.

Two years ago Atalanta Motors disclosed plans to launch an updated version of their 1937 Sports Tourer but nothing materialized. Now, the Staines Middlesex-based marque is ready to offer the model which will be seen at first this weekend at Hampton Court Palace during the International Concours of Elegance. They say 90 percent of all components have been developed in-house, including the handcrafted aluminum-over-ash coach-built structure.

The vehicle will be exhibited alongside an original 1937 Atalanta which triumphed in the "Best in Show" category at the 2007 Cartier et Luxe Concours.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Atalanta Motors, the company was founded in December 1936 and between 1937 and 1939 they built bespoke models in a wide variety of body styles such as open-top two-seater, two-door drophead coupe, luxury two-door saloon, two-seater sports tourer and two-door fixed head coupe.

These cars benefited from a lightweight construction and came equipped with a fully independent coil spring suspension, multi-valve twin-spark cylinder head, 16-inch fully hydraulic brakes, front & rear adjustable damping and electrically-operated magnetic epicyclic gearbox.

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