World's first hyperscooter?
The Dragonfly Hyperscooter is touted as the world's first hyperscooter with a top speed of 25 mph (40 km/h), 50-mile (80.5 km) range, 4 wheels and full-tilt steering. To be honest, we're not sure what exactly makes a scooter and hyperscooter. There are faster scooters like the Kaabo Wolf Warrior X (44 mph), Dualtron Thunder I/II (58.3 mph), and Kaabo Wolf King GT Pro (61 mph). And there are scooters with better range too. The Dualtron Thunder I/II just mentioned has a range of 59.5 miles (95.8 km). A hypercar is defined as a car with the most superior in terms of performance and design. A hyperscooter should be defined as such except for scooters instead of cars. Perhaps when it was first seen in 2019, it was the first hyperscooter but we're going to assume Hyperscooter is a name instead of another category of scooter.
Other features of the Dragonfly include a 3.5″ digital display for the usual ride information, adjustable suspension, dual brakes, front and rear lights, turn signals, built-in GPS, and a security system. It has a removable lithium battery that takes 3 hours to charge.
One advantage of having four wheels instead of two is that you don't have to put your feet on the ground when you stop. You can steer by turning the handlebars or go Full-Tilt by also putting weight on either side of the board to turn all four wheels at the same time. Great for carving through a busy street like a snowboarder on the mountain.
There's an urban version (DF) and a multi-terrain version (DFX) of the Hyperscooter. The DFX is slighly bigger than the DF.