The technology on the Ather 450 is two-fold. What’s immediately visible sits on top of the dashboard in the form of an 800x480 pixels, 7-inch, full-colour capacitive touchscreen. It displays pretty much all the standard information while also showcasing the realistic range, full-screen navigation via inbuilt GSM and even your vehicle registration documents. You also get a smart toggle switch on the right to accept/reject new navigation routes pushed from your smartphone or accept/reject reroutes, as touch is disabled while the scooter is moving.
As of now, there are no dealerships available in Goa. Stay tuned for the further updates. If you are looking to buy this scooter you can check out the given link for the dealerships of Ather Energy in India.
We would like to inform you that there is no official statement from the brand's end regarding its weight loading capacity and angels to drive up. Ather 450 starts at Rs.1.28 lakh (Ex-Showroom, Delhi). The 450's BDLC motor is capable of 3.3 kW of sustained power (5.4 kW peak). While it might not seem like much, it makes 20.5Nm of torque, which is as much as some 250cc bikes. That allows it a 0-40kmph acceleration time of 3.9 seconds and the ability to climb 18 degree steep gradients. Top speed is a true 80kmph. The battery pack is rated at 2.4KWh and affords an ARAI claimed range of 107km. Ather claims a real-world mileage of 75km in economy mode and 60km in power mode.