Bengaluru sources stated that Bengaluru based Ather Energy is all set to launch the much-anticipated Ather 340 electric scooter in India on May 5. The electric scooter has been in the making for a few years now and we will finally get to see the production model tomorrow. We have already told almost everything we know about the Ather 340 electric scooter and also a fair bit about our expectations with regards to the technical specifications.
Meanwhile one thing we are quite eager to know is the price, which, considering the growing competition in the segment from the likes of the Okinawa Praise, Twenty Two Flow and Hero Electric Photon, will be one of the most crucial factors for Ather.
It is anticipated that he electric scooter to come with a price tag close to 1 lakh. If our expectations turn out to be true, the Ather 340 will be one the most expensive locally-made electric scooters in India, which will make the Twenty Two Flow its closest rival, priced at 74,740.
Sirisena dissolved parliament, announced snap polls on January 5, 2019 Colombo sources stated that Sri Lankan strongman Mahindra Rajapaksa, who was appointed prime minister in a controversial move by President Maithripala Sirisena, on Sunday ended his five decade long association with the SLFP and joined the newly formed Sri Lanka People's Party (SLPP).
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