It will have modern conveniences including a wireless phone charger, LED headlights and taillights, a panoramic sunroof, and a digital driver’s display. Seven airbags, a 360-degree camera, and driver assistance features including forwarding collision prevention and blind spot monitoring are all standard equipment.

Blade battery packs with 50kWh and 60kWh capacities are anticipated to be available for the Atto 3. Depending on the battery size and the quick charging capabilities, it will have a range of 345-420 kilometers. A 204-horsepower electric motor gives it a 0 to 100 kilometers per hour time of 7.3 seconds.

BYD claims its designers were influenced by “fitness culture,” and the dashboard’s protruding middle part is designed to resemble a muscle, while the air vents are cylindrical and the gear shifter is clunky. When you take the time to look around the cabin in greater detail, you’ll see that the basics haven’t been forgotten, even though at first glance it may seem a bit crazy.

The front seats are powered by a smooth motor and are upholstered in synthetic leather for comfort. The seat is well contoured, and there is a huge bin right at your elbow as well as a second bin underneath the center console, so you won’t run out of storage space. Large storage space for the glove box.