Company spokesman Ben Conie says the changes are the result of listening to rider feedback.
They include: three shells sizes, up from two; removing the visor cover; more EPS lining; and a wide range of colours and visors.
Chief among the changes are the improvements to aerodynamics that have made the quiet helmet even quieter such as removing the visor cover which should also improve the field of vision.
The visor mechanism thickness has also been reduced by 25% freeing up more space for EPS which should not only make it safer, but quieter again.
Further decreasing wind noise is a new locking pin with a precision-engineered polycarbonate locker, so there’s no longer a hole in the visor.
The reduced wind noise in the helmet should make the aftermarket Bluetooth system easier to hear without having to crank up the volume.
While I’m not a fan of the discrete Bluetooth system’s controls at the back of the helmet, at least the buttons are now three times bigger.
And it’s now easier to install, with integrated cable routing and magnetic fitment.
All Atlas 3.0 helmets are made from T-400 carbon fibre and weigh just 1.4kg. Prices have not yet been released, but as an indication, the Atlas 2.0 was priced from $US430 ($A620) to $US490 ($A720) depending on colours and graphics.