BYD Atto 3 gets larger touchscreen, new colours overseas

    Atto 3 borrows its larger touchscreen from Seal EV; no mechanical changes.

    Published On Mar 13, 2024 06:23:00 PM


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    BYD has rolled out a mid-lifecycle update for the Atto 3 electric SUV overseas, and the updates include new paint options and an updated infotainment screen with more features. However, it remains mechanically unchanged. The BYD Atto 3 is the company’s highest selling EV in several markets, including India.

    1. Atto 3 gets larger touchscreen from the Seal EV
    2. Exterior gets a new all-black paint option
    3. Remains mechanically unchanged

    BYD Atto 3 exterior and interior: what’s new?

    There aren’t any cosmetic changes on the outside, but the Atto 3 gets a new ‘Cosmos Black’ exterior colour shade. The chrome window surround and the silver textured D-pillar trim have also been blacked-out. Furthermore, the alloy wheels have a slightly updated design and the ‘Build Your Dreams’ logo on the boot lid is now just spelt as BYD.

    The more significant update is on the inside – the 12.8-inch rotating touchscreen infotainment has made way for a larger 15.6-inch unit that’s borrowed from the Seal EV. It also gets a new black-blue interior colour scheme in addition to the existing beige-blue colours. There, however, aren’t any cosmetic changes, but it does get a new ‘intelligent start’ system that allows the driver to start the car by just pressing the accelerator pedal.

    BYD Atto 3 powertrain, specs and range

    The Atto 3 is powered by a front-axle mounted electric motor that develops 201hp and 310Nm, allowing the Atto 3 to do the 0-100kph run in 7.3 seconds (claimed). It packs a 60.48kWh blade battery that has an ARAI-certified range of 521km. The Atto 3’s battery pack can be charged in around 10 hours using a 7kW Type 2 AC charger, while a 80kW fast charger takes around 50 minutes to go from 0-80 percent.

    Given that the Atto 3 is already on sale in India, we expect the updated version to be available here pretty soon. BYD recently also launched the Seal EV as its third product in India.

    Also See:

    BYD Seal India video review

    BYD Seal India review: Still want that luxury sedan?

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