D-Fly Dragonfly Is A 50-Mile Carbon E-Scooter

Have you ever thought a scooter had too few wheels? The D-Fly Dragonfly is the world's first hyperscooter.

D-Fly, a British start-up that wants to be the Segway of scooters, has developed the Dragonfly, a safer electric scooter with high-end vehicle specs.

It has four-corner dual-wishbone suspension, a carbon-fiber frame, and 10-inch slick tires. 

The fully adjustable hydraulic suspension can manage curb hopping and keeps you comfortable.

"Automotive grade" headlights, turn signals, a horn, and spoken navigation are also included. Concerned about leaving it unattended? An alarm, GPS tracker, and smart locker disable the electric drive until a PIN is entered.

The company's revolutionary 3-Dimensional Full-Tilt Steering System engages all four wheels at once. D-Fly lets you modify the steering and lean to your riding style.

The "DF" is built for urban mobility, while the "DFX" is intended for off-roading. However, the "DFX's" expedition improvements are limited to bigger fenders, front and rear racks, and handguards.