Atumobile, a Hyderabad-based electric vehicle manufacturer, said on Wednesday that it has acquired Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) approval for its newest AtumVader e-bike clearing the way for its market debut. According to the firm. the new cafe racer model will be constructed at the company's Patancheru (Telangana) factory and will have a 2.4 kWh battery pack, a tubular chassis an Light-Emitting Diode (LED) indication and a tail lamp.
Furthermore, up to 90% of the car is constructed from locally sourced components, according to the company.
The Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) has approved the company's e-bike.
"With the growing demand for environmentally friendly living and long-lasting automobiles. we consistently keep our clients' safety and cost-effective pricing in mind. AtumVader has particularly curated safety switches and high-end tyres for off-road use while keeping the electric bike's safety features in mind" Vamsi G Krishna, Managing Director of Atumobile said.
"With this latest version AtumVader, we want to see a growth trajectory in our Electric Vehicle (EV) industry," he said. adding that the firm has already received encouraging feedback following the delivery of its initial low-speed version, Atum 1.0 to over 1,000 clients.
According to the company, the bike has cutting-edge technologies such as a hub motor with a 2.4 kWh battery pack that allows it to travel up to 100 kilometers on a single charge at a peak speed of 65 kmph.
Furthermore, it does not have a clutch or a leg brake, and the rider may just accelerate with their hands.