- For when you attract the wrong eyeballs. On-board geospatial sensors now detect potential theft / tow activity and alert you via the Ather app.
New features, enhancements and fixes for an ever-improving scooter.
Improved the sync of Ride Statistics with the App
Yin to the yang. This theme eases the strain on your eyes for a more comfortable, distraction-free ride at night.
On-board navigation is now a lot more responsive and seamless
In addition to Sport and Ride modes, the Ather 450 gets an Eco mode. With a TrueRange of 75 km, the Eco mode is designed for those days when the rider needs to go that extra mile.
The headlight stays on for 20 secs, even after switching OFF the scooter, making it easier to find a way out of dimly lit parking spaces.
Apart from the default automatic trip meter that ends a trip when the key has been turned OFF (for a duration of 7 minutes or longer), two new trip meters have been added.
These can be manually reset and used to track distance covered by their vehicle in different scenarios.
This update unlocks the capability of the vehicle’s intelligence to pre-emptively ensure the safety of various subsystems. The intelligence algorithm will detect any error, alert the user about it via the dashboard screen, and prompt the user to take an action.
If a ride consumes energy at a high rate affecting range, a real-time visual feedback on the dashboard will alert the rider.
For example, inconsistent and sudden throttling and braking will intensify the red glow on the range number, prompting the user to tweak their riding style.
‘Ride Statistics’ gives the user access to all relevant information about their ride - average speed, total distance covered across all trips, personalized range in each riding mode (predicted by an intelligent algorithm). Assess and ride better.
Move between the two riding modes, on-the-go, without stopping.
Pick an alternative path through a route suggestion prompt, while you navigate.
To help the rider plan better, the dashboard will display the time required for 80% charge, followed by the time required to charge up to 100%.
The usability of the on-board navigation has been improved through optimizations in performance.