- Atum 1.0 electric bike launched with a price tag of ₹50,000.
- Returns a mileage of 100km per full charge.
- The electric bike requires no registration and no driving license.
Hyderabad based startup firm Atumobile has launched a cafe racer styled electric bike. The company has priced the Atum 1.0 cafe racer bike at ₹50,000. Meanwhile, this particular electric bike which obviously is a low-speed electric vehicle requires no registration. Likewise, without any registration, the rider of this electric bike does not even have to carry a driving license which makes it a perfect commuter for teenagers as well.
The Atum 1.0 electric bike with a portable 48V lithium-ion battery comes with a 100km range. To sum up, the bike requires a full charge of about 4 hours to return a mileage of 100km. Meanwhile, the surprising fact as claimed by the company is that it only needs 1 unit of electricity to juice up fully. The company is also offering a 2-year warranty on its battery.
However, as per the design, Atum 1.0 looks like a cafe racer bicycle with an electric motor combined to it. But when it comes to the features, Atumobile is offering a digital instrument cluster as well as the LED headlight, indicator, and taillight with the Atum 1.0. All these features make this low-speed electric bike a perfect everyday commuter. The bike comes paired to a 250W electric motor that offers a top speed of 25km/h.
For now, Atumobile is manufacturing the Atum 1.0 electric bike at the Greenfield manufacturing plant. The Greenfield manufacturing plant is situated in Telangana with an annual production capacity of 15,000 EVs annually. However, the Greenfield Plant is a proclaimed unit and can increase its production capacity by 10,000 if required.