The cutting-edge exteriors of the electric scooter give it a lean and edgy look. The sleek body makes it look relatively modern and revolutionary. It entails striking features to catch the eyeballs of passersby.
Atria LX gets fitted with three LEDs (light-emitting diodes) headlamps just above its front mudguard. Between the handles, two boomerang-shaped lamps metaphorically glow like Batman’s eyes in the dark.
High-grade fibre plastic gets used to make the body, and the build of Atria LX is similar to that of the Honda Dio gas-powered scooter.
The design of the electric scooter is suitable for people of all age groups and all gender types.
A plastic compartment gets fitted at the front side to hold small things, and the space between it and the front seat provides enough legroom for a person of average height and weight to sit and ride comfortably.
A USB port gets fitted above the compartment that allows riders to charge their mobiles and handheld devices.
A charging point below the front seat enables riders to charge the scooter at a charging station or outdoor location. Alternatively, the battery can be detached from the scooter and taken home and office for power replenishment.
The BLDC motor sits right under the rear suspension and the battery pack under the front seat.
The boot, which accommodates the battery, also gets adequate space to fit a half-helmet and small things such as a small bag, purse, charger, and more.
The dashboard gives the scooter an attractive look and shows the battery percentage, speed, and odometer. Buttons for indicators, headlamps, horn and speed modes are fitted just beside both the handles.
The main headlamps, which get just above the front mudguard, are fitted with LEDs and polycarbonate films that render brilliant light in the dark. The boomerang-shaped lights are also equipped with LEDs and serve as daytime running lights.
he Atria LX is available in one variant and two colours:
The scooter gets available in only one variant: Atria LX