What makes it unique? Partially – materials from which it is made: carbon fiber, aluminum class 7000 used in the aerospace industry and wood paulownia (lat. Paulownia or Adamovo wood).
Dragonfly is equipped with a transmission with two engines that can accelerate the scooter to an enchanting 60 km/h, and anti-traction system that gives each wheel 1800 W. The battery provides the electric scooter with 45-kilometer run. The patented “Full-Tilt” steering technology, “borrowed” from the F-1 car, uses three-dimensional control systems for controlling tilt and turn on the central stance.
The scooter’s 4.5-inch display is ultra-high resolution, allowing customers to access and view a variety of applications and view their speed parameters or GPS directions after connecting to a smartphone via Bluetooth.
The basic model, three-wheeler version, will cost from $5,000 and the extended four-wheeler version will cost up to $6,000. Sales are scheduled to start in the middle of 2020.