Atomette was a British car brand of the year 1922. Manufacturer was Alan Thomas from Cleveland Street in Wolverhampton.
The only model was a three-wheeled Cyclecar. The car was powered by an air-cooled two-stroke engine from Villiers with a power of 3.5 bhp ( 2.6 kW). The engine power was passed through a three- speed transmission on the single rear wheel. The structure had no cooler dummy ( as with other air-cooled vehicles often the case ) and offered two people side by side.
The car cost 90 guineas ( £ 94 Sh = 10) and blue could be ordered gray or green lacquered. The weight was 127 kg.