Tarun Mehta and Swapnil Jain founded Ather Energy Pvt Ltd in 2013, an Indian electric two-wheeler firm that offers services under the Make in India initiative.
The Ather 450X was released in January 2020, to convert the masses to electric vehicles. Users can pre-book the scooter from the company’s official website for Rs. 2500 (refundable). In this article, we will explore the Ather 450x Price, Range, and Top Speed Details.
|Price||Rs. 1,26,926 (ex-showroom)|
|Top speed||80 km/h|
Price: The Ather 450X starts at Rs. 1,26,926 (with Revised FAME 2 incentive and state subsidy) and may vary based on state EV regulations.
Range: The Ather 450X has a genuine range of 85 kilometres per charge and a maximum torque of 26 Nm.
Top speed: The Ather 450X has a top speed of 80 km/h and can accelerate from 0 to 40 km/h in 3.3 seconds.
Ather 450x Motor and Battery
The Ather 450X features a PMSM Electric motor with a peak output of 6000W and fast charging, which allows the scooter to travel 15 kilometres after only 10 minutes of charging.
The Ather 450X can be fully charged in 5 hours and 45 minutes, and the business includes a portable battery that can be used to charge the scooter at home or on the Ather GRID.
What is Ather Grid?
Ather grid is a public charging network that supports 5 A plugs for all-electric vehicles. Ather Grid is already operational in Bengaluru and Chennai, with numerous charging stations in each city, and the business plans to extend to additional cities in the coming months.
Ather 450x Specification
|Top Speed||80 km/h|
|Kerb Weight||108 kg|
|Peak Motor||Power 6000 W|
|Motor Type||PMSM Electric Motor|
|Motor Warranty||3 Years|
|Charging Time||5 hours 45 minutes|
|Charger Type||5A plug point with a portable charger|
|Colors Options||Spacey Grey, White, Mint Green|
Hero Motocop investing Rs. 420 crore in Ather Energy
At a time when India’s leading two-wheeler manufacturer is preparing its product for the local EV market, Hero MotoCorp Ltd. is investing Rs 420 crore in electric scooter company Ather Energy.
Hero MotoCorp owned 34.8 percent of the Bengaluru-based startup before the proposed investment.
Hero MotoCorp became the first company to use Ather Energy’s fast-charging technology in October 2021 for its electric scooter, which will be released in March.
The Delhi-based firm said it is looking into collaborating with Ather Energy on a variety of fronts, including charging infrastructure, technology, and sourcing.
Ather Energy Collaborating with Bharat FIH Foxconn
Ather Energy, an electric two-wheeler manufacturer, said that it has partnered with Bharat FIH, a Foxconn subsidiary, to acquire numerous components for its vehicles.
Bharat FIH will manage the complete supply chain and logistics for these components, and it has already begun manufacturing them.