2015 ATS Sport comes with over 100 upgrades since 2012 model

Article by Christian A., on June 12, 2014

The 2015 ATS SPORT updates both the specs and the name of the ATS SPORT 1000. The 2015 ATS SPORT features a full CSAI/FIA homologation for the chassis and crash box, making it legible for any sanctioned race around the world.

The new ATS SPORT boasts of having over 100 upgrades since the 2012 model, including a new stainless steel chassis with FIA rollbar made in Cromo Molibdenum steel, which made the whole chassis around 45kg lighter.

The 2015 ATS SPORT now offers a standard Ohlins dampers, AIM MXL instrument, Sparco removable steering and harnesses, Tarox 6 pots front and rear calipers with vented discs all around as well as Tillet seats, Quaife Limited Slip differential and Avon tires.

It also feature fully adjustable pedal box with CNC machined pedals, a full stainless steel custom made exhaust system and a rose joint kit. It likewise features 15" split rims alloy wheels, stainless steel fuel tank with explosafe and double fuel pump, alloy water radiator with air control system and remote oil cooler.

The 2015 ATS SPORT was blessed with an exclusive underbody featuring high efficiency downforce effect of up to 1,150kgs. While the 2015 ATS SPORT can be ordered without the engine, it can be fitted with any four-cylinder bike engine.

One could avail of the ATS SPORT 380 powered by a 1300cc ATS Extreme 185hp engine that provides 380hp per ton; or a unit powered by the 1400cc ATS Extreme 325hp engine that provides 480hp per ton; or the SPORT 540 fitted with a 1600cc 255hp engine for 540hp per ton.

The unit’s performance depends on the engine and gear ratio, but the base model could accelerate from zero to 100 kmh in just 2.5 seconds 0-100kmh and reach a top speed of over 250 kmh. While the new ATS SPORT is ideal for racing, it could also be road legal in some countries.

The ATS SPORT could be availed as a right-hand drive, left-hand drive or center drive. Customer could avail of options that include full carbon fiber body, big brake kit, center lock forged wheels, TTX Ohlins dampers as well as AIM data logging kit, FIA fuel tank, paddle shift kit and xenon lights. ATS offers to customize each units according to customer specifications, with prices starting at EUR33,000.

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