Ariel is best known for the Atom, a flyweight, tube-framed car that is capable of slaying supercars that cost four times as much. The Nomad tactical buggy uses the lessons learned in the development of the Atom for a totally new offroad experience. Starting with a mid-mounted, 230 horsepower Honda K-series four-cylinder, Ariel wraps the engine in a high-strength frame and fully independent suspension. A six-speed manual puts power to the rear wheels through a limited-slip differential, and an ultra-light 1,750-pound curb weight helps the Nomad go from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds. Adjustable remote reservoir shocks effortlessly soak bumps while keeping handling in a realm known only for high-level sports cars. While it isn't the most practical offroad vehicle you can buy, if serious offroading is your passion, the Nomad is about the best you can get.