Atalanta Motors, better known as Atalanta, was an English automotive manufacturer that operated for a brief period between 1937 and 1939. Atalanta was the creation of Alfred Gough, a well regarded automotive engineer, who had notably helped create the famed Overhead Camshaft Frazer-Nash engine. Atalanta only built around 20 cars before WW2 stopped production, offered with an inline four or V12 engine. These cars were bodied by the coachbuilder Abbott, and built in two door saloon, two door coupe, or two door sports roadster body styles. Production of the Atalanta lasted until 1939.