Atumobile's Atum 1.0 cafe racer electric bike receives design patent

Atumobile Atum1.0 e-bike went on sale in the Indian market on October 5th, 2020.Atum1.0 electric bike has been priced from 55,000 and is available across the majority of the Indian metro cities.
By : HT Auto Desk
| Updated on: 28 Jul 2021, 04:59 PM
Atum1.0 electric bike has been priced from ₹55,000.
Atum1.0 electric bike has been priced from ₹55,000.
Atum1.0 electric bike has been priced from ₹55,000.
Atum1.0 electric bike has been priced from ₹55,000.

The Hyderabad-based electric vehicle start-up Atumobile has received a designed patent for its Atum1.0 e-bike which went on sale in the Indian market on October 5th, 2020.

The company says its new e-bike has been aimed at a younger set of audience and thus features a very sporty riding stance. The new patent has been issued for the bike's design that includes a naked cafe-racer inspired structure, best-in-class 14-litre storage capacity tank and low-slung handlebar delivering a sportier riding geometry.

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On receiving the Design Patent, Vamsi Gaddam, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Atumobile Pvt. Ltd. said, “This is a testimony to Atumobile’s R&D team which is constantly working on bettering customer convenience and experience. Our target audience which comprises of both youth and the mid-aged people between the age-group of 15-45, are loving the unique design and the customer feedback has been quite satisfying."

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The bike features a lithium-ion battery pack that charges its electric motor. It is capable of attaining a full charge in just 5 hours and delivers a range of 100 kmph in a single charge, as per the company. The battery is offered with a 1-year warranty.

The battery-powered motorcycle has been priced from 55,000 and is available across the majority of the Indian metro cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chennai, and Bengaluru, including other.

The company claims that e-bike has 'generated widespread interest' in the market since its launch, but the bookings numbers speak a different story. As per the EV maker, the e-bike has received just over 850 bookings since the price announcement.

First Published Date: 28 Jul 2021, 04:44 PM IST
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