Autocar:
April 1939

“There is an individuality of both appearance and design in the Atalanta, a hand-built limited-production machine, which is establishing itself as a new make. An immediate point of interest is that it is the only normal production car at present built in this country with all four wheels sprung independently”

Motorsport:
March 1939

“The performance is terrific, as might be expected with the powerful engine in a relatively small chassis, and this is backed up by superlative road holding and cornering. The Atalanta went round bends at 80 mph as though it was on rails. I wouldn’t mind betting that you have never been along a road faster before – this was undoubtedly the case”

Autocar:
December 1941

“A British sports car with all the makings of the best kind of machine; one hopes to hear more of this type of Atalanta someday; it seems to deserve a future”