So, I heard you're in the market for a 50mph electric scooter? Well, guess what? I know an electric scooter that covers that in less than 5 seconds.
Yep! You read that right - a scooter that accelerates from 0 to 50 mph in 4.8 seconds, attaining a top speed of 60mph!
If you thought electric cars were the greatest engineering feat of the century, think again!
But we don't want that now, do we?
It's worth noting that speed alone isn't everything. A blazing-fast e-scooter is good, but a durable blazing-fast scooter is better.
What Should I Look for When Buying a 50 MPH Electric Scooter
From ensuring your safety to emphasizing a cost-efficient solution, there's a long list of things to consider when purchasing a 50mph electric scooter.
Don't worry, we'll cover the most pressing.
1) Can 50MPH Electric Scooters Climb Uphill
This depends on factors like the hill's angle of incline, the maximum weight being supported, the peak power output of the scooter, and the grade of the scooter's hydraulic shocks.
Truth is, some scooters are so powerful they'll climb 45° inclines supporting an average-sized adult, and that's not even at peak power (more on this later)!
And let's not even get started on their motorcycle-grade hydraulic shocks.
2) Are 50MPH Electric Scooters Foldable
Yes, most 50mph electric scooters are foldable to a portable size.
We live in a century where power-folding hard-top convertibles are regarded as an "outdated" engineering feat.
In my opinion, if you always have to carry your scooter — kick or electric — around like a 50-cal sniper rifle, I think it's high time you considered switching career paths.
I'm well aware there are only so many shapes to fold a 100lbs(45kg) scooter into, but think - fit into a car trunk!
3) Can You Ride Electric Scooters Through Water
Not all, but I took the extra trouble to make sure each and every scooter featured in this article have some form of water resistance.
Now I'm not suggesting you purchase one that's waterproof and drive it into the sea hoping to tour the bottom of the ocean, discovering ancient relics — you'll die!
Electric scooters with IPX4 (a grade of water resistance that protects a product against water splashes from any direction) and higher water resistance would be ideal for anyone looking for a scooter that can ride through water.
4) Battery Capacity
The distance (or range) any electric scooter will be able to cover in a single ride is largely dependent on the battery's capacity.
If you're in the market for a 50mph electric scooter, then I strongly suggest you look for one whose battery is strong enough to pack that much speed (50mph).
In a world where super-scooters boast maximum power outputs between 6000 and 7000 watts, you don't want to be the scooter enthusiast that settles for less.
You also want to make sure it doesn't take a millennium to charge your scooter's battery. That just takes the fun out of everything — I mean if all you do is charge, when do you get to do the good stuff?
Some scooters — like one mentioned in this article — come with two chargers and two charging ports. This helps speed charging up, reducing the amount of time you have to wait before your next ride.
The Best 50mph Electric Scooters
The Wolf King
A scooter above its peers, a record-setter, THE "street shredder" among electric scooters — the Wolf king's incredible speed and durability glorify it as king over other electric scooters.
Reaching top speeds of 60mph and accelerating from 0–50mph in less than 4.8 seconds (challenging Chevrolet Camaro's 60mph in 4 seconds), nothing screams "not for the faint of heart" louder than Kaabo's Wolf King.
Goooooooo Turbo! This e-scooter literally comes with a "turbo" feature.
Other features include;
The Wolf King
The Wolf Warrior 11
A distant cousin to the Wolf King, dubbed the 2nd baddest electric scooter on the planet — the Wolf warrior's ability to attain speeds well above 50mph isn't the only thing that sets it apart from other high-performance e-scooters.
This "off-road" monster is packed with enough power (5400w) to travel up 30° inclines (hills, ramps, etc.) with ease!
Its motorcycle-grade hydraulic shocks and tubeless tires make the Wolf Warrior the ideal choice for rocky and bumpy terrains.
Powered by a BMS-protected Li-ion battery that guarantees up to 50 miles in turbo mode, you can be sure that your electric scooter won't be needing a battery change anytime soon.
The Wolf Warrior 11
If the Wolf King was able to impress you, brace yourself because this brain-melting speed demon has been reported to reach top speeds of 62mph!
Equipped with hydraulic brakes that distribute heat more evenly than regular brakes, if full control is your cup of tea, you've found the perfect counter to all that blazing speed.
Speed wobbles? Not on this scooter!
With a well-balanced structure, motorcycle-grade hydraulic shocks, and an impressively large deck, you're going to feel like a spear cutting through the wind on this Windrunner.
Best 50 MPH Electric Scooters Comparison
What Is the Fastest Electric Scooter You Can Buy?
The fastest electric scooter in the world is Dualtron X 2. Compared to the Wolf King's 6700W, these bullies are able to generate 8000+ watts of power, earning them the title - the most powerful electric scooter on the planet.
What Is the Best Electric Scooter for the Money?
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. It's only natural that you pay higher for high-performance electric scooters as a lot of research and work is put into their development.
There are cheaper alternatives, though not as badass as super-scooters and definitely not powered to a top-speed of 50mph.
How Fast Does a 2000w Electric Scooter Go?
On average, a 2000W electric scooter can reach a top speed of 35mph (56kmh). But those numbers are subject to maximum weight being supported by the scooter and a host of other factors.
What Is the Most Reliable Electric Scooter?
It depends. Looking for the most reliable electric scooter sounds vague as reliability depends on use case.
So, If you're looking for the most reliable 50mph electric scooter, you might want to consider the Wolf King, not just because of it's speed but also because of its durability (it has motorcycle-grade hydraulic shocks and it's made out of the same materials as bridges and cranes).