With the release of not one, but three brand-new electric scooters today, Ather Energy is expected to create waves. The eagerly awaited occasion is set at 12 PM and will be streamed live on YouTube. The debut of three new scooters has been officially announced by the corporation in a few teasers leading up to the occasion. Ather 450S will be one of them, but the identities of the other two are yet unknown.

The Ather 450S will probably be the main attraction. This new product is positioned to compete with rivals like the TVS iQUBE and Ola S1 Air in the market for somewhat more inexpensive electric scooters.

In the fiercely competitive electric scooter industry, the Ather 450S, a more affordable electric scooter, is anticipated to boost Ather Energy's sales. It will directly compete with the Ola S1 Air, which is also about to go on sale.

The Ather 450S may have the same appearance as the Ather 450X, with similar stylistic components including LED headlights, sleek indicators and a standout LED taillight. The instrument cluster might, however, alter. The Ather 450S is anticipated to include a non-touch LCD display, in contrast to the 450X's fully touchscreen user interface. With a smaller 2.9 kWh battery pack, the future model will have a range of 115 kilometres and a peak speed of 90 km/h. The launch price of Rs. 1,29,999 has been officially announced by the corporation.

More information regarding the future models is still pending, however Ather may provide updated variations based on the Ather 450X. Prices for the 450X have increased as a result of a recent change to the FAME-2 subsidy programme; they now range from Rs. 1.47 lakh to Rs. 1.67 lakh. In contrast, the Ather 450S is scheduled to launch at a cheaper price. The difference in price between these models may be closed by an intermediate variation.

The 7-inch TFT touchscreen panel of the 450X is anticipated to be replaced with a more cost-effective LCD device in the Ather 450S. While the 450X's peak speed of 90 km/h may be kept.

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