The patent has been issued for its design which leads to a riding posture one would have while riding sports bikes.
The design patent was also awarded for its storage box, shaped like a conventional fuel tank.
Besides, the e-bike has also been awarded this design patent for its body design, which is not covered by fairings, giving the bike a retro feel and reducing the bike’s weight to around 35 kg.
On receiving the design patent, Vamsi Gaddam, founder and chief executive officer, Atumobile Pvt Ltd said, “Our target audience, which comprises of people between the age-group of 15-45, are loving the design and the customer feedback has been quite satisfying.”
Atum1.0 e-bike was launched in October 2020 with a base price of Rs 55,000 and since its launch, the company has received over 850 bookings. The bike is manufactured at its Patancheru facility in Hyderabad that has a total capacity of 15,000 bikes per annum.