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Day: September 10, 2020

Triumph Rocket 3 GT launched at INR 18.4 lakh
Motorcycle News

Triumph Rocket 3 GT launched at INR 18.4 lakh

The Triumph Rocket 3 GT has been launched at Rs 18.4 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). At this price point, the Rocket 3 GT costs Rs 40,000 more than the Rocket 3 R that was launched late last year.  The GT, as the name suggests, is the cruiser version of the Rocket 3, while the R is the street-oriented roadster. The latter has a sportier riding position and a flat, single-piece handlebar. The Rocket 3 GT has a slightly relaxed riding position, with forward-set foot pegs, a slightly pulled-back handlebar and a lower seat height, at 750mm (compared to 773mm on the R).  In addition, the GT gets a fly-screen, heated grips and a height-adjustable backrest for the pillion. The alloy wheel design is the same on both models, but for the chrome accents seen on the GT’s wheels. While th...
Atum 1.0 cafe-racer styled e-bike launched. Offers 100km per charge
Gadgets and Technology

Atum 1.0 cafe-racer styled e-bike launched. Offers 100km per charge

Hyderabad-based EV start-up Atumobile has launched the Atum 1.0 electric bike for a starting price of Rs 50,000. Powering it is a 48 V portable lithium-ion battery pack that offers 100 km range per charge (claimed) and it can be juiced up completely in 4 hours. A 250 W electric motor provides the propulsion to a maximum speed of 25 km/hr. The Atum 1.0 electric bike does not need a registration certificate and you don't require a driving license to ride it. Atumobile claims that the electric bike is perfect for kids, adults and elders for city commute. The new Atum 1.0 has been approved as a low-speed bike by the International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT), making it ready for commercial use. Some of the bike’s features include a digital display and LED headligh...