Bengaluru based start-Up Ather energy patents new Scooter design in India, which looks bigger and bolder.

  • Ather Energy patents new scooter design in India
  • If patent design completes its production, it is likely to be positioned above Ather 450X EV
  • Ather 450X has four riding modes Eco, Ride, Sport and warp

Ather energy made quite an amazing impact in the Indian market, with its first product debut in 2018. Now the Bengaluru-based electric vehicle manufacturer has expanded its line-up in the Indian market. Also, with that, the company have open many new dealerships across India last year and this year. Currently, Ather only offers sole Ather 450 and Ather 450X. While in the exclusive report came yesterday stating that the company has patented a new electric scooter design in India, that could debut next year.

Ather energy patent
Ather energy patent

The new patented design looks bigger and bolder than 450X and upon the debut is likely to be positioned above 450X. From, the patented design images it appears the scooter has a taller windshield blaster and a single-piece seat set up. It indicates that the scooter gets a conventional design element at the front as well as the rear. The front apron boasts LED headlamps, and LED DRLs, along with blackened alloy wheels, disc brakes, and short front fenders.

If the patent scooter comes into existence, it could feature a more advanced high-performance Battey pack with improved range characteristics. While sole offering from the brand, 450X is a solid performer as well as it outsmarts the 125cc scooters by a big margin with advanced connectivity technology. Ather 450X boasts its features list by larger touchscreen dashboard navigation, onboard diagnostics, OTR updates, and so on. The Ather 450X has four different riding modes – Eco, Ride, Sport, and warp. While with a higher riding range and quicker charging characteristics, the scooter could make an interesting proposition in the Indian market.

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