Ather 450X Price Slashed by ₹14,500

Ather 450X latest price for Delhi and Bangalore mentioned in the story. This major reduction comes after increment in FAME subsidy announced by the DHI…

Ather 450X electric scooter prices have dropped following the decision of the Department of Heavy Industries (DHI) to increase the subsidy on electric two-wheelers from INR 10,000/kWh to INR 15,000 per kWh.

Ather 450X Latest Price – June 2021

Ather 450X will become cheaper by a very significant INR 14,500 than its previous ex-showroom price of INR 1,46,926. The scooter will now cost INR 1,32,426

Here is the ex-showroom price of Ather 450x in Delhi and Bengaluru. 

Ex-showroom Price Delhi INR 1,32,426
Ex-showroom Price Bengaluru INR 1,44,500

Giving remarks on the subsidy raise, Tarun Mehta, CEO, and Founder of Ather Energy praised the step and said that it is a phenomenal move by the DHI.

He expects the demand for EVs will increase and the electric two-wheeler market will cause major disruption and make sales of more than 6 million units in the next five years. Tarun also stated that Ather energy is planning to widen its distribution network by the next 6 months and will make its presence in 30 cities. 

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The DHI has been revising the FAME II scheme of the government for wider adoption of the electric mode of transportation. 

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The government of India is in full Swing to encourage the public to switch to electric vehicles. Recently, the Transportation Ministry decided to waive the registration fees on all kinds of electromotive

Due to the surge in COVID which resulted in lockdown, the conventional automobile industry has been seeing a steep decline in sales

While the demand for electric vehicles has been rising, unfortunately, the lockdown has impacted retail sales of EVs in May 2021.   

Hopefully, constant steps from the government to adopt and promote electric vehicles among people will help India emerge as a global hub for EV manufacturing. Additionally, the government also plans to allow mixing 20% Ethanol with 80% Petrol to reduce vehicular pollution.