The handbuilt, exclusive nature and elegant, more restrained design of the original ATS 2500 GT that we looked at yesterday is what the new 200+ mph ATS GT and the men behind it want to bring to today’s supercar table. Dnaile Maritan and Emanule Bobmoi are enthusiasts of the first order, and during my two days with them we talked ATS, its history, the current state of the market, and all sorts of obscure facts and figures that car geeks love. I briefly drove the GT, the first journalist to do so, and came away mightily impressed—as one should seeing that it starts with fabulous McLaren underpinnings, and then ATS puts their twist on the whole package. ATS will be at Monterey in August, and after that is when I will bring you a full driving report.
For additional photos, the historic McLaren-ATS historical link up that no one knows, more on the company and the car, please be sure to see this week’s blog entry by following the link in my bio.