Ariel Nomad – my best car of 2015
Source : Ariel Nomad – my best car of 2015
in which’s the Ariel Atom’s brilliant, muddier brother, along with in which’s also a feat of engineering brilliance
in which has been a pretty not bad year for cars. You’ll know in which if you’ve read any of the various other blogs posted here by my colleagues: in which has been easy for each one of us to pick a ‘best’ car of 2015, along with make a convincing case for in which.
Subjectively, objectively, or by pure blind prejudice, in which’s as easy to make a case for the Mazda MX-5 or Volvo XC90 as in which is actually for the Ferrari 488 Spider, Porsche 911 GT3 RS or McLaren 570S. All are, ultimately, entirely fit for the purpose they were designed for. along with in which’s how Autocar rates cars: does in which do what in which’s supposed to do? Then in which gets top marks.
The Ariel Nomad, then. What, exactly, is actually in which meant to do? Ariel defines the auto, of a fashion, as the Atom’s grubbier, dirtier brother. in which in which links in which to the Atom at all is actually significant. The Atom is actually a road along with track going sports car, which means in which includes a pretty narrow brief: in which’s meant to go quite quickly along with entertain its driver within the process.
The Nomad is actually meant, then, to do similar, only on a broader selection of surfaces than the Atom. Yes, in which will entertain on the road along with yes, in which will even entertain on a circuit thanks to its truly remarkable suspension system. yet in which’s the Nomad’s ability to go beyond smooth surfaces along with still bring a huge smile to your face in which is actually its trump card. To drive one on a loose track, slide in which around, yump in which along with yank on its optional tall handbrake lever to spin in which in its own length is actually the stuff of absolute hilarity.
If the Nomad’s purpose is actually to put a smile on your face, pure along with simple, then in which fulfils its purpose like no various other car I’ve driven. Best car in which year? As much fun as I’ve had in any car in which decade.
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