Electric scooters suck mostly because they’re not fun, and they’re strewn everywhere like they’re disposable. The Dragonfly Hyperscooter bucks the trend by making one that’ll get your pulse racing while providing a premium aesthetic. It’s touted as the “world’s first hyperscooter” that has four wheels instead of two, knobby tires for various surfaces, a 25 mph top speed, 50-mile range, and the ability to fully tilt for maximum cornering effect. It’s also remarkably stable and the patented steering system is intuitive with the motion of your body. Turning the handlebars actuates both the front and rear wheels, and the wide carbon fiber platform is strong and light. The Dragonfly is powered by two 550W motors with 1,650W peak wattage. This is one little beast that should make the commute a serious blast. Maybe leave the coffee behind.