BYD’s new electric car to be fully charged in 45 minutes is coming to Nepal

BYD’s new auto ‘Atto 3’ is on the point of enter the Nepali market. BYD, which has recently started selling the second generation electric automobile, is close to bring a replacement model car within the Nepali market.

The car are going to be imported to Nepal by Simex Inc., the official dealer of BYD for Nepal. Samir Shrestha, market manager of Simex Inc., informed that the car are going to be launched within the Nepali market next May.

The interior of this attractive design car contains a 12.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Features include a 5-inch digital instrument cluster, synthetic leather upholstered seat, and electric steering system wheel.

Available in two battery options of fifty.1 kWh and 60.4 kWh, the car will produce a maximum of 200 hp.

The company claims that the car is fully charged in 45 minutes with an 80 kW fast charger and offers a maximum range of 320 to 420 kilometers.

The Ato 3 car contains a 360 view camera, 12 volt socket, wireless phone charger, keyless start and keyless entry, and one touch open / touch tailgate with one push of a button. Features are available.

The car has 175 mm ground clearance with five seats which will be adjusted in six alternative ways.

Also, use safety belt alerts (seat belt reminder), hill-descent control, traction system, an electronic technology to test the right pressure in tires (tire pressure monitoring system), anti-lock braking system including EPS. security measures are available.

The company has not disclosed anything about its price within the Nepali market.

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