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Upcoming Ather Rizta won’t have onboard speakers

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Upcoming Ather Rizta won’t have onboard speakers

-Ather confirms in latest tweet

-Halo smart helmet to feature Bluetooth speakers

-To be revealed on 6 April

The upcoming Ather Rizta will not feature onboard speakers, as confirmed by the latest announcement made by the company on social media. At present, its rival the Ola S1 Pro gets this feature but Ather says its new Halo smart helmet will offer a more “immersive listening experience.” This effectively confirms that the Ather Halo will come with inbuilt Bluetooth speakers.

The Ather Halo smart helmet is expected to be unveiled at the Ather Community Day on 6 April. Along with this and a host of other unveils, Ather is also going to showcase the new Ritza family scooter.

The electric scooter has been spotted testing on multiple occasions and the highlights include bigger dimensions than the Ather 450 range of scooters. The company says that the Rizta has the longest seat in the segment and that translates to a lot of room for two adults. A long seat should also translate to a big boot underneath, depending on how the motor has been packaged.

In a recent video we could see the water wading ability of the Rizta and a colour TFT display, similar to one the 450X.

All details will be revealed when the Rizta will be showcased at the Ather Community Day.

Apr 2024
Ather Rizta
Specs Unavailable
₹ 1,25,000Onwards

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