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2022 450X 3 is now equipped with a bigger 3.7 kWh in place of a 2.6kWh unit. The company also said that the battery is also 25% larger than the previous generation and Ather claims an ARAI-certified range of 146 kilometres and a TrueRangeTM of 105km.
The new generation 450X also comes with wider rear tyres and Ather claims that the electric scooter has an improved 22% better grip in all weather conditions. Ather is also offering a Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) as an additional accessory.
Talking about the features, the new-gen 450X now gets an updated dashboard with a 7.0-inch instrumental screen and 2 GB of Ram in place of 1 GB. Due to the upgraded ram, the company said that this would greatly enhance the performance of memory-intensive applications and will unlock several features for the future like voice commands, multi-language support, heavier graphics, deeper diagnostics, and more.
Other features include front and rear disc brakes with regen, 12-inch alloy wheels, a telescopic fork, 22 litres of boot space, and a belt drive system.
The new gen 450X also gets newly designed rear view mirrors that are claimed to offer 2X better visibility and 5X in reliability. With the third-gen, Ather also has introduced a new side step made of single-cast aluminium.
The 2022 Ather 450X and 450 Plus e-scooters compete against the Ola S1 and S1 Pro, SimpleEnergy’s SimpleOne electric scooters. Other popular electric scooters in the country include the Bajaj Chetak E-scooter and several Chinese brands.