Electric two-wheeler brand Atomex recently showcased two products at a mall in Nashik, India. The photographs of the two electric vehicles, the Atomex A.2.0 and Raavi 2.0, were shared with us by Kartish Nair.
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The Atomex A.2.0 has an uncanny resemblance to the Kawasaki Ninja 300, and thus you would find a twin-pod headlight setup, fairing integrated front blinkers and a split-style saddle. The front-wheel design and the tyre profile, too, are identical to the entry-level Kawasaki motorcycle. The Atomex branding is visible on the fairing, while the A.2.0 stickers are seen on the fairing and the rear panel.
While the styling cues are inspired by the Kawasaki Ninja, the A.2.0 packs a polar bear friendly motor that runs on electric power. The 3000W electric motor is fed by lithium, 72v 40ah battery pack that boasts a range of 135 km. The standard charging time is mentioned as 1 hour 30 minutes while fast charging rate claims to refuel the battery pack in 45 minutes. The electric motorcycle boasts a top speed of 110 km/h.
The braking setup is noteworthy as it features twin rotors at the front and a single disc at the back. The suspension department comprises telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock at the back. The Atomex A.2.0 is available in three colour options – Grey, Black, and White.
The Raavi 2.0 electric scooter features a maxi-scooter design. Thus, you would find apron-mounted, twin-pod LED headlight and a tall windscreen at the front. The front blinkers are neatly integrated into the apron, right next to the headlight assembly. The maxi-scooter style footboard and the large saddle design give it an appealing look. The Raavi 2.0 is available in two colour options – Grey and Black.
In terms of mechanical specifications, the Raavi 2.0 features a 2000W motor that draws current from a 60v 20ah lithium battery pack. The top speed is rated at 80 km/h. The range, however, is not mentioned in the spec sheet. Unlike the Atomex A.2.0, there is no fast charging column for the Raavi 2.0. The standard charging time is rated at an hour and 30 minutes.
Anchoring hardware comprises a single disc brake at the front. The rear brake specification is not available although it most likely uses a disc at the back as well. Shock absorption department includes telescopic front forks. The suspension details for the back are not available.
Atomex has also listed the following models:
- A.1.0 roadster (2000W, 72v 40ah, 90 km/h)
- A.2.5 faired motorcycle (3000W, 72v 40ah, 90 km/h)
- Raavi 1.0 scooter (2000W, 60v 26ah, 80 km/h)
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As per the data shared by Kartish Nair, the A.2.0 is available at INR 1,41,750 (on-road). The price of Raavi 2.0 is not available.