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Atumobile Atum 1.0 Electric Bike recently launched at Rs. 49,999


The atumobile atum 1.0 is a small electric moped and has been categorized as a low-speed vehicle by ICAT (International Center for Automotive Technology). The atumobile atum 1.0 with its stripped-back, minimalistic styling, is priced at Rs. 50,000, and is available across India through Atumobile’s online portal. Powered by a 48V, 18.6 Ah portable lithium-ion battery pack that charges in under 4 hours, the atumobile atum 1.0 has a claimed range of 100 km on a single charge. The 250 W electric motor delivers a top speed of 25 kmph and does not need to be registered, and neither does the person riding it requires a driving license.

Atumobile Atum 1.0 Price

The cost of Atumobile Atum Version 1.0 recently launched at Rs. 49,999. Atumobile Atum Version 1.0 is offered in 1 variant – Atum Version 1.0 STD which includes at a price tag of Rs. 49,999.

Atumobile Atum 1.0 Battery

Atum 1.0 comes with a lightweight portable battery pack of 6 kg. Its easy-to-carry design allows the users to charge it anywhere using a normal three-pin socket. According to the company, the atumobile atum 1.0 can cover 100 kilometers on a single charge and consumes around 1 unit per charge, which translates to Rs. 7-10 per day for 100 km. Both the battery and the electric motor come with two years warranty. The unique, minimalistic design of the Atum 1.0 is proprietary and has been built in-house. The e-bike features a digital display, as well as an LED headlight, indicators, and taillight.

Atumobile Atum 1.0 Highlights

Atumobile is an electric bike startup situated in Hyderabad. It had dispatched its first electric bicycle, the Atum Version 1.0, back in September 2020. The retro-styled electric bicycle, conveyances of which have begun as of late, is evaluated at a basic Rs 49,999 (barring GST and transportation charges). You need to pay a badge of Rs 3,075 to get your hands on one. The electric bicycle is accessible in five tones: red, white, dark, blue, and dim.

Fueling the Atum Version 1.0 is a 48V, 27Ah lithium-particle battery pack connected to a 48V, 250W center point engine. Since maximum velocity is restricted to 25kmph, no permit is needed to ride this electric bicycle. The organization guarantees the battery presents to 100km territory and requires 3-4 hours for a full charge. The battery is swappable, and rather than a gas tank, there’s a 14-liter stockpiling compartment for added reasonableness. The hardtail e-bicycle accompanies an adjustable front fork, talked wheels, fat 4-inch tires, mechanical circle brakes at the two finishes, and an all-LED set-up.

The electric bicycle is made at a greenfield producing office in Telangana. It has a creation limit of 15,000 electric bicycles a year, which can be reached out to another 10,000 if the need emerges.

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