The term “hypercar” undermines cars with extreme specs and price tags. So, what do you think of when the prefix “hyper” is used to describe an electric scooter? D-Fly Group, a transportation company based in London, brought together automotive grade manufacturing, advanced materials, cutting-edge engineering and technology to the micro mobility sector. Take a look at the company’s new product – the Dragonfly hyperscooter.
Premium materials are used to make this scooter such as carbon fiber, 7000 series aerospace-grade aluminum and paulownia wood. It’s also equipped with dual motors and can reach a top speed of 61 kph. Each wheel has traction control amounting to 1,800 watts and a great amount of torque. You also have an option to upgrade to a long-range batter pack which will last you approximately 45 km. D-Fly Group are always waiting for a patent “Full-tilt” steering technology, inspired by F1 racing, which used 3D tilt and twist controls.