The price has been reduced to 899,900 baht, the 2024 BYD ATTO 3 is on the market, the overall changes are not significant.

Kevin WongMar 11, 2024, 12:56 AM

BYD launched the new ATTO 3 in 2024, adding two sub-models. Compared with the original models for sale, the price of the new model is lower, and the price of the lowest-priced model is 899,900 Thai Baht, expected to be delivered to users after May 2024.


The prices of the 2024 BYD ATTO3 models are as follows:

The price of BYD ATTO 3 Dynamic is 899,900 Thai Baht.

The price of BYD ATTO 3 Premium is 949,900 Thai Baht.





BYD ATTO 3 was first launched in Thailand in October 2022 and is now the best-selling pure electric model in the domestic market. The previous models for sale were divided into two types, one is the Extended Range version, priced at 1,199,900 Thai Baht, and the other is the Standard Range version, priced at 1,099,900 Thai Baht. The new model launched this time can be seen as an upgrade of the Standard Range version, but the price has been significantly reduced.


The new car provides an 8-year or 160,000-kilometer vehicle warranty, 24-hour emergency rescue service, an 8-year 1.98% interest rate discount, 48 months of installment payments, one year of first-level insurance, and vehicle registration fees. It also comes with a smart home charging pile and installation service.





Changes in the 2024 BYD ATTO 3:

-BYD rear emblem

-Transparent type C-pillar glass

-Black shadow on C-pillar

-Dynamic equipped with a new 17-inch rim design

-Premium uses Continental tires

-The interior color is dark blue

-Touch screen size increased to 15.6 inches (originally 12.8 inches)

-Added karaoke application

-Daytime running lights can be turned off in P gear

-Pedestrian crossing warning system can be turned off


The battery of the new car has also been adjusted. Both new cars are equipped with BYD's Blade Battery, the battery capacity has increased from the original 49.92kWh to 50.25kWh, and the maximum range (NEDC) is 410km. The motors of the two new cars have a maximum power of 201PS and a maximum torque of 310N·m, and the acceleration time from 0 to 100km/h is 7.9 seconds.



(Photographs/Words: Kevin Wong from Pacific Cars)

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