BYD Atto 3 Limited Edition launched at INR 34.49 lakh

BYD India has launched the Limited Edition Atto 3 at the Auto Expo 2023. The Limited Edition Atto 3 comes in an exclusive Forest Green colour scheme, but the mechanical features largely remain the same. According to the company, only 12,000 units are available in India, and each costs INR 34.49 lakh, which is INR 50,000 more than the outgoing models.

Design and features

The Atto 3’s Limited Edition gets the same design elements as the outgoing models; however, it has been offered in an exclusive Forest Green colour.

The new Atto 3 comes equipped with the same notable features such as seven SRS airbags, ABS, EBD, level 2 ADAS, a panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, AC, and cruise control, among others.


The Atto 3’s Limited Edition gets the same BYD’s 60.4 kWh Blade Battery–paired with a PMSM–that is capable of generating a power of 200 hp and a torque of 310 Nm. 

For charging, the EV takes 9.5-10 hours to charge fully via a 7 kW AC charger, and via a 80 kW DC charger, the EV can be charged 0-80% in approximately 50 minutes. And on a single charge, the EV provides a range of 521 km, according to ARAI. 


Battery60.4 kWh
Battery typeBlade battery
Motor PMSM
Power (hp)200
Torque (Nm)310
Range (km) WLTP420
Charging time45 minutes (via a 80 kW charger)
Seating capacity5
Ground clearance (mm)175
Boot capacity (L)440 (expandable to 1430)

BYD Atto 3 Limited Edition price in Nepal

BYD has launched the Atto 3’s Limited Edition in India for INR 34.49 lakh. Although there is no official news regarding its launch yet, fans can expect it to cost around Rs 91 lakh here.

BYD modelsPrice in IndiaExpected price in Nepal
Atto 3INR 34.49 lakhRs 91 lakh

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