How much will the Atlis XT cost? What we know so far
One of the most frequently asked questions we get about the Atlis XT has been How much will it cost? After all, this is something that directly affects consumers and our sales prospects. We’ve seen some guesses by consumers and analysts, but nothing concrete yet. Here are what we know so far about how much the Atlis XT will cost and when you can expect to see it in retail stores around the world. This post will be regularly updated with new information as we get closer to the release date.
The base model
At this point, there’s not enough information to give an exact price for the Atlis xt. Here is what we do know: 1) it will be a premium product and 2) it won’t be cheap. The first model will have a starting price of $6,000 USD; that’s more than twice as expensive as competitors like the Vivoactive 3 and Apple Watch Series 3 (the starting prices are $249.99 and $329 respectively). It’s also going to be one of the few smartwatches with a circular screen design. There are even rumors that the company may release its own software platform, rather than using third-party software (like Google Fit or IFTTT), which could mean that the Atlis XT could offer better support for some sports/fitness tracking abilities. All in all, while this watch is still in development and there isn’t any information about when or how it’ll release, if you’re looking for a high-end watch with enhanced fitness features, this might just be the device for you!
The extended range model
The new atlis xt is a bit more expensive than its predecessor, but for good reason. This model is expected to have a range of up to 700 miles on a single charge, with an estimated battery life of 10 years. The maximum speed is also higher and can go up to 120 miles per hour. The atlis xt costs $35,000 and the first deliveries are expected in 2020. Customers will be able to choose between two versions of this electric car, the basic or extended range model. More information about it will be released in 2019.
The performance model
The Atlis XT is a performance model and includes all of the features of the standard model. This means that you get all of the following features on top of everything else:
-An aluminum chassis that’s both sturdy and light weight (1.7 kg/4 lbs) -A premium, high-resolution touch screen with an intuitive user interface for easy navigation (1920 x 1080 pixels) -More powerful internal components, such as a 7th gen Intel Core i5 processor, 16 GB RAM and 256 GB storage. -A new, sleek body design that’s more solid while still being stylish and portable (0.7 thick). -8GB or 16GB RAM -256GB SSD or 512GB SSD.
The base price of the Atlis XT starts at $1299USD, but there are a lot of other options to choose from to customize your machine just how you want it!
Prices for each model
It’s not clear how much the entry level model of the Atlis xt will cost, but it’ll likely be in line with what you pay for an entry-level mountain bike – say, $1,000 to $2,000. You’re going to get a lot for that price: a frame made from 6061 aluminum alloy and hydroformed tubing with a geometry designed for riding on trails. The fork is made from carbon fiber with beefy 1-inch tapered legs. And it’s all topped off by Shimano drivetrain components and hydraulic disc brakes. Those are some serious parts! But maybe you don’t need them all. So there are also models with lesser components starting at about $3,500. These bikes have a lightweight aluminum frame and use dual suspension rear shocks for greater rider comfort. Prices go up as features go down; bikes without the front suspension or disc brakes start around $4,200 or more depending on which version you buy.
*The price of the atlis xt is not yet set. *The price of any new automobile depends on a number of different factors like: trim, powertrain, and other options. The price also depends on where you live and what type of incentives are available in your area. We’re excited to offer more information when it becomes available. In the meantime, sign up for updates to be among the first to learn about our launch date and pricing!
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