The update also comes loaded with a dark mode for the touchscreen that, as per the Bengaluru-based automaker, will provide better dashboard visibility and ease the strain on the eyes for a distraction-free ride at night.
With the new update, the Ather 450 now supports both light and dark themes for the touchscreen panel. The Settings menu also gets a new 'Auto' feature that can automatically toggle between the two themes depending on the time of the day.
Moreover, the update brings UI enhancements, a more responsive on-screen keyboard, and a 'Save previous riding mode' feature.
The Ather 450 offers disc brakes on the front and rear wheels along with CBS for improved road handling. The suspension duties on the electric vehicle are handled by telescopic forks on the front and a mono-shock suspension on the rear.