The Fastest Electric Scooters

Electric scooters have become increasingly popular as a form of transportation, offering a convenient and eco-friendly way to get around. With the ever-growing popularity of electric scooters, it is no surprise that manufacturers are competing to create the fastest electric scooter on the market. 

The speed and power of these scooters vary greatly, and there is no single answer for which electric scooter is the fastest. Factors such as battery size and motor power can affect the speed of an electric scooter, so it is important to consider all of these when choosing the fastest electric scooter for your needs. 

This article will take a look at some of the fastest electric scooters available, examining their features and advantages.

Rion 2RE70 Thrust

The Rion 2RE70 Thrust is currently the world’s fastest electric scooter by a considerable margin. The 30 ah/84V lithium battery allows it to travel up to 50 miles on a single charge and enables speeds of at least 80 mph. Carbon fiber is used for the front fender, body, pole, and handlebars, while sub-aluminum is used for the front and rear arms. 

The PMT Slick racing tires enable the vehicle to achieve top-of-the-class speeds with maximum traction, ensuring your safety on slick or debris-covered roads. It’s a touch hefty at 69 pounds, but you need all that extra weight to keep a low center of gravity while zooming through city streets and sidewalks.

Rion scooter

Dualtron Storm Limited

The Dualtron Storm Limited comes in second with a top speed of 75 mph and a maximum range of 124 miles, which is more than double that of our top pick. Due to its high-powered dual hub electric motor, it can manage up to 265 pounds (rider + gear) and a maximum 23-degree incline. 

It weighs a hefty 111 pounds, yet is durable, robust, and constructed to withstand years of everyday usage. The Dualtron Storm Limited has variable charging times: 21 hours with a 1.75A charger, 10 hours with two chargers, and 4.5 hours with a regular charger plus the fast 6.5A charger.

The frame and handlebars are manufactured from aviation-grade 6082-T6 aluminum alloy, while the shaft is crafted from ultra-durable SCM440 steel. It is equipped with front and rear suspension, 12-inch RSC tubeless tires, and a Nutt Hydraulic Braking System with ABS as standard for optimum adaptability.

Dualtron Storm Limited

Weped FS

This electric scooter is designed to go fast. It’s practically half an MPH slower than the second runner-up, but the 30,000-watt motor is ideal for steep cities and difficult terrain. The battery is a 72V 50AH Samsung SDI, one of the greatest lithium batteries [1] available, thus it comes as no surprise that the scooter can travel up to 80 miles before requiring a recharge. 

It has front and rear spring suspension, front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, and 11-inch PMT tubeless tires, just like the Weped FF and SST. The standard charge duration is 16 to 17 hours, however, a fast-charging option is available that will replenish the battery in approximately seven hours. 

Note, however, that it is a limited edition item that is “made to order only”, so you must purchase it straight from the manufacturer and anticipate a lengthy wait.

Weped FS

Bronco Xtreme 11

This electric scooter possesses an astonishing level of power for an electric scooter of its size. It boasts a range of 80 miles per charge, can carry up to 265 pounds, and charges in just seven hours (with a 5A charger, purchased separately). It can handle inclines of up to 35 degrees, making it ideal for mountainous places such as San Francisco.

The scooter is equipped with extra-wide 11-inch CST Urban Tires that are capable of traversing rocky and damp terrain with ease. Carbon fiber is combined with polypropylene, 6061-T6 Aviation Aluminium Forging Alloy, and 6061-T6 Aviation Aluminium Forging Alloy to create a body that is extremely durable and resistant to collisions and accidents. 

Thanks to its adjustable coil suspension, air suspension, and self-lubricating copper graphite bearings, it provides a very comfortable and secure ride. You can view your battery level, odometer, runtime, speed display, and trip stats at a glance on the LCD Intelligent Display.

Bronco scooter

Dualtron X2 UP

Some may argue that this scooter’s 69 mph speed is ideal. You will find it really comfortable to ride at high speeds or to take a leisurely city tour. With an industry-leading weight capacity of 330 pounds, even the heaviest riders will have a little issue carrying all of their daily necessities.

Additionally, the range is significantly greater than normal, and the charging time is preferable to several of the slower-charging scooters on our list. The 13-inch tires, which are larger than those of most of its competitors, provide enhanced traction and stability on the road, while the dual hydraulic suspension absorbs the impact of bumps and potholes so that you scarcely notice them.

It’s a bit heavier than most of the other electric scooters on the list, so you won’t be able to fold it up and take it in a backpack. However, it folds up quite compactly, so it won’t take up too much room in your garage while charging overnight.

Weped SST

It may not be the fastest electric scooter on this list, but it is certainly one of the easiest to operate. First, when connected to the 11A rapid charger, it charges to 80% in around three hours, which is far faster than the majority of its competitors. It can reach cruising speeds of 65 mph or more, suggesting that when fully charged and carrying a lighter rider, it may achieve a few further mph to reach its top speed. 

In ideal conditions with a light rider, you may be able to achieve a range more than the “normal” 80 miles. The SST is equipped with Weped’s largest battery packs, allowing you to travel quicker and for longer distances. The scooter’s dual 2X 100A controllers can produce up to 30 kW of power; that’s some serious oomph.

The tires are slightly smaller than typical, but they are of superior quality and tubeless, making them more resilient. The hydraulic brakes feature “regenerative braking,” which engages the engine to decelerate the vehicle and reduces brake and tire wear. Overall, it is a cutting-edge electric scooter that you will adore as soon as you start it in motion.

Weped SST

Kaabo Wolf Plus

The Kaabo Wolf Plus may not be the fastest electric scooter on our list, but there’s no denying that it’s among the best. It can handle inclines of up to 50 degrees, accelerates from 0 to 50 in 4.8 seconds, and has a range of 70 miles, giving you all the power you need to whizz around town all day.

Users who desire a broader, safer ride will appreciate the oversized deck, which provides ample space to stand comfortably regardless of your preferred stance. It also has an above-average ground clearance, making it ideal for traversing potholes, road barriers, and occasional speed bumps. 

Thanks to the effective hydraulic braking system, you will rarely need to replace your brakes while still benefiting from exceptional stopping power. The front hydraulic shock and rear spring suspension make for a safer and more comfortable ride, and the 11-inch tires are exceptionally gripping on wet roads. 

And if you’re concerned about the rain, you can relax knowing that the scooter’s IPX5 classification makes it completely waterproof.

Kaabo Wolf Plus

NAMI Burn-E 2 Max

The NAMI Burn-E 2 Max is an excellent option whether you like a leisurely, lazy ride through the city or a high-speed dash. You can begin at a strolling pace or accelerate to 25 mph in only three seconds. Despite its diminutive size, it packs a surprising amount of power thanks to its dual 1500W motors.

However, don’t let the size mislead you. It is a sturdily constructed, well-made piece of heavy-duty electronics that will endure years of regular use. The body is constructed using a carbon fiber steering column, a one-piece aluminum frame, and mirror-polished stainless steel components. 

The extra-tall handlebars are ideal for cyclists who are taller than typical or for long rides. The charging time for this scooter is also above average. With the included 5A charger, you’ll top it up in 7 to 8 hours, but you can double-time it with the fast charger and get it back to 100% in just 3 to 4 hours. 

Even in low-light settings, all of your trip information is readily visible on the display’s feature-rich color screen. And you won’t find a lighting package better than the 2000-lumen LED headlights and lateral LED strips.

Zero 11X

The Zero 11X is the brand’s latest and finest offering, a model that takes everything fans enjoyed about the 10X and significantly improves upon it. The dual 1600W motors pack a tremendous punch (maximum power of 5600W) and allow you to reach high speeds of 60 mph with lightning speed, as well as provide adequate torque to climb steep hills or traverse muddy terrain.

Zero 11X

It has a great weight capacity (330 pounds), an above-average range (90 miles), and is durable enough to take on or off-road with confidence. Everything from its braking capacity to its acceleration has been enhanced from its previous models, making this scooter a “beast” that can compete with the world’s quickest electric scooters.

Minimotors Dualtron Thunder 2

Are you looking for a scooter that can handle whatever you throw at it? It may not be the fastest, but it is undoubtedly durable. The body and handles are built from an aviation-grade 6082-T6 aluminum alloy. With an SCM440 steel shaft and ultra-tough plastic coverings, this machine is incredibly durable. 

Due to its BLDC dual hub motors, which can provide over 10KW of power, inclines of up to 35 degrees can be conquered. The scooter is equipped with hydraulic brakes and ABS as standard but lacks suspension. The range is significantly above average at 107 miles on a single charge, and the charge time, when connected to the fast charger (sold separately), is an astounding 6 hours. 

To take your scooter to the next level, you may add nifty features like a damper, light mount, and seat.

Minimotors Dualtron Thunder 2


The electric scooters competing for the title of the world’s fastest electric scooter can vary greatly in terms of features, power, range, and speed. Ultimately, the scooter that is the “fastest” for you will depend on your needs and preferences. 

We’ve highlighted some of the top contenders, so you can make an informed decision and find the electric scooter that best suits your lifestyle.


Lucas Travis
Lucas Travis
Lucas is far from your regular skater boy—he is knowledgeable beyond riding basics and tricks; he knows the technicalities and specifics of every type of modern skateboards, bikes, and scooters. His passion for skateboarding inspired him to bring together a team of skateboard-lovers and experts to test new and popular models and come up with recommendations that will help every skateboard, bike or scooter enthusiasts like them.
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