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Design & Specifications

  • How is the battery of Ather 450X different from that of Ather 450?

    For starters, the battery capacity of Ather 450X (installed - 2.9 kWh and usable - 2.6 kWh) is 7-8% higher than that of Ather 450. The battery of Ather 450X has a new and more efficient battery management system (BMS), and is tuned to enable the vehicle to have a higher range and performance compared to Ather 450. The BMS also allows a 45% speedier charging rate compared to Ather 450 at Ather Grid, Ather's fast charging public network. The BMS significantly increases standby time (which means it takes a longer time for it to drain while not in use). Also, the battery of Ather 450X uses 21700 type Li-ion cells compared to the 18650 type Li-ion cells used in Ather 450.

  • What are the specification differences between Ather 450 Plus and Ather 450X?

    Performance - Ather 450X will have the best-in-class acceleration of 0-40 kmph in 3.3 seconds in Warp mode and a TrueRange of 85 km in Eco mode, while the Ather 450 Plus will have an acceleration of 0-40 kmph in 3.9 seconds in Sports mode and a a TrueRange of 70 km in Eco mode. Ather 450 Plus won't have the Warp mode.
    Battery - The usable capacity in Ather 450X will be 2.61 kWh while the usable capacity in Ather 450 Plus will be 2.4 kWh.
    Charging - Ather 450X will have the capability to be charged at the rate of 1.45 km range gained per minute while the Ather 450 Plus can be charged at the rate of 1 km per minute.
    Smart and connected features - Ather 450X will have features that are enabled by bluetooth connectivity such as music & voice assistant, while in Ather 450 Plus, these features won't be made available.

  • Is the TrueRange of 85 km the maximum achievable range or a minimum guaranteed range?

    Our TrueRange figure is indicative of what one is highly likely to get in the respective riding modes. However, the range depends on multiple factors and these numbers can differ as they depend on the road conditions, gradients and load on the vehicle, while you are riding. We have arrived at our figure taking into consideration the usual riding behaviour and observations from the first batch of Ather 450s that hit the road. To get a deeper understanding, read up our write-up on the topic of the range. If you still need to be sure, speak to an Ather owner on the Ather Forum.

  • Can the Ather 450X be ridden on inundated roads and during rains? Will the touchscreen dashboard and battery be affected?

    The touchscreen dashboard is IP65 rated, which means it not only works fine while it's drizzling, it can withstand rains too (as per IP65 standards). The vehicle’s battery is IP67 rated. It means that the vehicle can go through 300 mm of water, if passing through waterlogged areas.

  • What features have been incorporated to address range anxiety?

    The Ather 450X comes with a home charger that is designed for overnight charging. With a fully charged vehicle every morning, that’s ready to travel up to 85 km every day, you wouldn’t have to worry about range anxiety. On days you have to go that extra mile, Ather Grid network is there to help you fast charge your vehicle. Still need a back up? Well, you could go for the portable charging cable that’s available as an accessory.

    Additionally, the dashboard UI also has a real-time efficiency indicator which, through bright red glows, prompts the user to check the aggressiveness of his/her ride. The Ather app also comes equipped with a Ride Statistics section that provides requisite data about each ride to help the users understand their riding behaviour and its relation to range better.

    In fact, to know more about how the current range meets the needs of a majority of our customers today, speak to an Ather owner on the Ather Forum.

  • Why is there no ABS in the Ather 450X? Can it be an optional upgrade later on?

    We believe that with dual-disc brakes and CBS, the braking on Ather 450X would be extremely responsive and adequate already. Right now, there's no plan to bring ABS on Ather 450X.