Ather 450X e-scooter to arrive in the near future

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  • 8 January 2020

Compared to the 450, the upcoming Ather 450X e-scooter will be better, have better specifications and new features.

Ather is working on a luxury electric scooter called the 450X, which is scheduled to launch in the near future. The company said the "new product is a step above the Ather 450 with which you are familiar and will have new features, better specifications, and smarter features."

The maker of electric scooters has also said it offers its group (existing owners of Ather e-scooters) and a select few individuals an opportunity to pre-order the new product before the official launch. Ather will share details of the new product on its social media platforms on a daily basis in the coming days.

Ather also said the 450X will be built to deliver better performance, better connectivity, and more intelligence than the 450. It'll be interesting to see how Ather is up the 450 as it's one of India's best-selling electric scooters.

It was only last month that a 4,00,000 sq. MoU was signed by Ather Power. Ft. The ft. EV manufacturing facility at the Investment and Skill Development Conclave in Chennai with the government of Tamil Nadu. The company is now seeking to expand its operations nationwide. The company plans to take Ather Space, its flagship experience center format, through key cities such as Hyderabad, Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune and other Tier 1 cities as part of its expansion plan.

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