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At this point, you’ve probably heard or read about the BYD Atto 3 EV that’s about to be launched soon. It uses the company’s proprietary Blade battery, so what is it and what's the difference from others? First up, let’s talk briefly about its chemistry. The Blade battery uses lithium iron phosphate (LFP) as the cathode material. LFP battery is a type of lithium-ion battery that’s currently not as widely used in EVs as ternary lithium batteries with nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) oxide or nickel
The BYD Dolphin electric (EV) hatchback has been spotted in Malaysia, as seen in this social media posting by Shariman. Being spotted at the port means it's highly likely fully-imported (CBU China), just like the droves of the BYD Atto 3 its seen amongst. It was previewed here at the launch of the Atto 3 back in December 2022, so it's only a matter of time before it makes its official entry. Back then, it was announced that the Dolphin hatchback has been earmarked for a Q4 2023 launch in Malaysi
As far as electric vehicles (EVs) in Malaysia go, the BYD Atto 3 sticks out like a sore thumb – and not for bad reasons. With a price tag starting from RM 149,800, it sits squarely in the sights of combustion-engine rivals, making it quite the compelling option for those looking to jump headfirst into sustainable mobility yet not compromising on practicality. And it's not just a novel one-trick pony that only has its emissions-free powertrain to talk about. For the money, you'll be getting an EV
We have already completed a comprehensive review of the BYD Atto 3 and we're excited to share that we're impressed with this vehicle. However, most of our tests were conducted within the city limits, which we believe is the most common use case for this electric car. BYD Atto 3 Extended EV Specs in Malaysia Price RM 167,800 Powertrain Single-motor FWD Battery Capacity 60.48 kWh Charging 6.6 kW AC, 80 kW DC Power & Torque 204 PS / 310 Nm 0-100 km/h 7.3 seconds, as tested Origin CBU, China Fortuna
It’s no secret that BYD has big plans for electric vehicles (EVs) in this region. The BYD Atto 3 is off to a very strong start, outselling rivals like the Ora Good Cat in countries like Thailand. On the topic of Thailand, it looks like BYD’s next model launch in the Kingdom could be the BYD Seal, as evident from these spyshots. Two separate social media pages shared images of the BYD Seal somewhere in Thailand. Look closely and it appears that the Seal could be right-hand drive (RHD) units, as s
We've already written the full review of the BYD Atto 3. Spoiler alert: we like it. But we'll admit most of our tests were centred in the city, which we reckon will be the most common use case for one of these. BYD Atto 3 Extended EV Specs in Malaysia Price RM 167,800 Powertrain Single-motor FWD Battery Capacity 60.48 kWh Charging 6.6 kW AC, 80 kW DC Power & Torque 204 PS / 310 Nm 0-100 km/h 7.3 seconds, as tested Origin CBU, China However we recently got the chance to drive one to Tanjung Malim