Both Mobili and Energie are built with industry-leading technology, telematics and Battery Management Systems (BMS), said a statement.
The company has not disclosed the price of the two variants.
Atul Auto Director Vijay Kedia said: “With our new electric additions, we aim to be technology leaders and provide intelligent, data-driven last-mile connectivity. Our advanced processes and infrastructure is the backbone of our business and empowers us to create and deliver world-class products.”
The new cargo and passenger variants of electric three-wheelers will be launched across the country, starting from Punjab, Gujarat and NCR.
“The two variants will be made available in a phased manner across the country in Atul Auto’s dealerships,” said Atul Auto.
Energie has a dual battery pack and provides a range of 195 kilometres, while Mobili comes with a range of 110 km. “The vehicles are integrated with a motor drive from Valeo, the world leader in 48V drive system, and chargers from leading charging manufacturing company Delta Q,” said Atul Auto, adding both the vehicles are powered by lithium-ion batteries.
The company has two manufacturing plants, one in Rajkot and another in Ahmedabad.
AGPL specialises in manufacturing infrastructure and designing solutions for trailblazing last-mile electric mobility components for domestic and export markets.