Electric Bike Atum 1.0: Hyderabad’s electric two-wheeler startup Atumobiles Pvt Ltd launched its first electric motorcycle Atum 1.0 last year. Which was introduced across the country at a starting price of just Rs. 50,000. The bike has received about 400 bookings since its launch so far. Now, the company has started its delivery in Hyderabad.
For details, Atum 1.0 is a café-racer style electric bike, and its first 10 units have been assigned to customers. The motorcycle has been certified as a low-speed electric two-wheeler by the International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT), which is fully geared up as a commercial vehicle.
Vamsi Gaddam, founder and CEO, Atumobile, at the manufacturing plant located in Patancheru, Hyderabad handed the bike to the first 10 customers.
Vamsi said, “This is a concrete step in our endeavor to help the environment by promoting renewable energy-based e-mobility solutions for the Indian consumer. Atum 1.0 is just the first product in our line-up of electric two-wheelers which is expected to grow in the near future. I congratulate the owners of Atum 1.0 as they are our allies in our endeavor to help sustain the environment and help transform India into a sustainable and environmentally responsible nation.”
Specifications of Atum 1.0
The Atum 1.0 includes LED headlamps, LED taillights, LED turn indicators, stylish café-racer design, comfortable seats, go-weight fates tires, 280mm ground clearance, and a digital display for instrument consoles. Customers can charge this bike anywhere using a normal three-pin socket and it takes 3 to 4 hours to be fully charged.
Atum 1.0 electric motorcycle has a 48V, 250W electric motor which is paired with a portable lithium-ion battery pack. The company claims a maximum driving range of 100 km in a single charge. The electric motorcycle is limited to a top speed of 25km/h.