According tomedia reports, hypercar (super-run) is a term used in the automotive field, it refers to a sports car with high power output, excellent shape. So what does that mean when the prefix of the word hyper is added to another vehicle, such as scooter? For London-based D-Fly Group, this means “introducing ‘automotive-grade’ manufacturing, advanced materials, cutting-edge engineering and technology into the micro-mobile space”.
The company says its new electric scooter, Dragonfly, will be able to do just that.
So what makes it known as hyperscooter (superskateboarding)? It is clear that high-quality materials such as carbon fiber, 7000 series of aviation-grade aluminum and bubbly wood are not lost. Its power system is naturally very powerful, with dual engines that can achieve speeds of up to 38 mph, traction control that gives each wheel 1800 watts of power and very large torque. Buyers will have a choice of upgrading to 28.5 miles. In addition, it will be equipped with a patent-pending Full-Tilt patent inspired by F1 racing.
In addition, The Dragonfly will feature a 4.5-inch Ultra HD 4K display that allows users to pair with their smartphone via Bluetooth to access apps, view scooter speeds or navigate toward Sq is turned around. When it comes to Bluetooth, Toy also has a “high-quality” sound system.
Unfortunately, D-Fly hasn’t announced the full price of the super-skate, sharing only the base price — $5,000 (three-wheeled version) and $6,000 (four-wheeled version). The company said it would issue full pricing between 2020 and 2025, when the product is nearing market launch.
D-Fly was founded by Jez Williman, a British entrepreneur who led one of the world’s largest crowd control and queue management companies, and who later sold the company to a private equity group in 2008 and now targets electric scooters.