Ampere Electric To Launch Nexus This Month End

Ampere Electric To Launch Nexus This Month End

News by Team Drivio | 24 Apr 2024

Ampere Electric is getting ready to launch a premium scooter

  • The conservatively designed but wide body meets the needs of buyers who pursue performance and comfortable driving.
  • Generous seating area and ample legroom, ensuring a comfortable experience for two adults
  • Expected features include all-LED lighting, TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity, and potentially integrated navigation capabilities

This Ampere NXG is probably going to be called the Nexus. A much anticipated electric scooter like this is expected to change the brand's stance in the quickly expanding e-mobility category when it launches on April 30. Upon its launch Ampere Nexus will compete against Ola S1X, TVS iQube, Hero Optima, Ather 450X and others. 
Over the past six months, the Ampere Nexus— which is built on a brand-new platform—has undergone thorough testing, and spy photos have shown off a family-friendly design language. The scooter meets the expectations of customers looking for a pleasant and practical ride with its large body and conservative styling.

The bigger proportions of the Nexus result in a roomier seating space and more legroom, making it pleasant for two people to use. A number of contemporary features are also anticipated for the scooter, including as Bluetooth connectivity, an all-LED lighting system, and maybe built-in navigation.

Ather Energy will face stiff competition from established rivals like the newly launched Rizta and Ola S1X; the price of the latter has been reduced. As the electric two-wheeler market expands, Ampere Electric's ability to differentiate its premium products with unique features and performance is the key to success. Launched on April 30, Nexus will undoubtedly be a turning point for the brand as it has the power to change its position in India's dynamic EV market. 
In terms of hardware, the Ampere Nexus is believed to feature a chassis frame with telescopic forks at the front and dual shock absorbers at the rear. Interestingly, the scooter will have front disc brakes (a first for Ampere Electric) and 12-inch alloy wheels.