Electric powertrain, battery, and charging
It is powered by a 60.48kWh battery pack. with a claimed range 521km. The electric motors develop 201bhp and 310Nm torque. The Atto 3 can be charged via 80kW DC or 7.2kW AC chargers.
The sleek LED headlamps with integrated DRLs look sporty and are further connected by the illuminated light stripe that runs below the brushed aluminium front grille. Moving to the side, the wing mirrors are electrically adjustable and foldable and if need arises, can be heated too. The Atto 3 rides on 18-inch alloy wheels. At the rear, the roof spoiler and the wraparound design of the LED tail lamps look stylish and are adjoined by a light stripe.
Stepping inside the cabin of the Atto 3, it feels modern, premium, and the wave-type layout of the dual-tone blue and grey dashboard does look interesting. The party piece is the massive 12.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that can be rotated for either a landscape or a portrait view of the screen. Another interesting element are the quirky door handles that are placed above the round speakers that are mounted on the door pads.
As for the features, the Atto 3 is filled to the brim and comes with a wireless charger, a panoramic sunroof, an air purifier, 31-colour ambient lighting, four USB ports, a 360-degree camera, and an eight-speaker sound system. While the electric SUV is equipped with keyless entry and a push start/stop button, there’s also an option to unlock and start the vehicle using an NFC key card.
The electric SUV can accommodate up to five occupants.