The Atum 1.0 is a low pace e-bike with a most pace of 25 kmph and claimed vary of 100 km on a single cost.
The Atum 1.0 doesn’t should be registered, or requires a driving licence
Hyderabad-based electrical car start-up, Atumobile Private Limited, has launched the Atum 1.0 electrical bike. The Atum 1.0 with its stripped again, minimalistic styling, is priced at ₹ 50,000, and is on the market throughout India by Atumobile’s on-line portal. Powered by a 48V, 18.6 Ah moveable lithium ion battery pack that costs in beneath 4 hours, the Atum 1.0 has a claimed vary of 100 km on a single cost. The 250 W electrical motor delivers a high pace of 25 kmph, the Atum 1.0 is authorized by the International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) and doesn’t should be registered, and neither does the particular person driving it require a driving licence.
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After 3 years of laborious work and a imaginative and prescient to introduce a sustainable technique to commute, we’re extraordinarily delighted to launch the Atum 1.0. This car is suited to handle the ambitions of Indian clients, whereas serving goal, fashion, and luxury. Powered by a lithium ion battery, Atum 1.0 has a space-saving configuration and presents a variety that outperforms different electrical bikes available in the market. With zero emissions, we’re assured that this product will captivate the market with its sustainable answer for brief distance journey. We consider that Atum 1.0 is a vital milestone in our bigger dedication in direction of remodeling India right into a sustainable and environmentally accountable nation,” stated Vamsi Gaddam, Founder, Atumobile Pvt. Ltd.
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Atum 1.0 comes with a light-weight moveable battery pack of 6 kg. Its simple to hold design permits the customers to cost it wherever utilizing a traditional three-pin socket. According to the corporate, the Atum 1.0 can cowl 100 kilometres on a single cost, and consumes round 1 unit per cost, which interprets to ₹ 7-10 per day for 100 km. Both the battery and the electrical motor include two years’ guarantee. The distinctive, minimalistic design of the Atum 1.0 is proprietary and has been constructed in-house. The e-bike incorporates a digital show, in addition to LED headlight, indicators and taillight.