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I Tested The World’s Fastest 60-70 MPH Electric Scooters, These Are My 3 Top Picks

Quick List: Best 60-70 MPH Electric Scooters

After testing 5 of the world's fastest electric scooters that were capable of reaching speeds of between 60 and 70 mph, I hand-selected the 3 top performers.

Key to my decision was each scooter's top speed, acceleration, motor power, handling, and braking performance. 

The models that I selected were the ones that I felt most confident on while ripping the throttle.

How I tested and selected the scooters.

Top Picks:

Dramatic Shot of the Wolf King GT Frame
Under $3,500
Wolf King GT
Speed: 62 mph
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Wolf King GTR Frame
Under $4,000
Wolf King GTR
Speed: 65 mph
Sale: $3,995.00 $4,195.00 – Get Extra $300 Off With Code: ESIGTR
NAMI Burn-e Viper Frame
Under $4,500
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
Speed: 60 mph
Sale: $3,999.00 $4,999.00 – Get Extra $100 Off With Code: ESI100

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Wolf King GT

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Performance Report:

Tester: Josh Frisby (190 lbs, 6.1 ft)

*Based on my tests and assessments

Motor Power:

Wolf King GT Overview:

It wasn’t long ago that the Wolf King GT was the undisputed overlord of Kaabo’s fearsome clan. Having succeeded the original King, it had even the most experienced of high-octane riders swearing allegiance. Yet, with the release of the GTR, there’s a new alpha in town.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GT

Nevertheless, the GT hasn’t lost its formidable reputation. It remains one of the most savage electric scooters that I’ve had the pleasure of owning and testing.

Fuelled by dual 72V 2000W motors, a snarling pair of 50Ah Sine Wave controllers, and a humongous 35Ah battery, the Wolf King GT comes with an array of weaponry that could bring down a herd of elephants.

Wolf King GT Durable Kickstand

It may no longer be the newest pup on the block, but with a searing top speed and utterly thrilling acceleration rate, it continues to stand out as a go-to option for thrill seekers.

The Good:

The Bad:

Why I Recommend the Wolf King GT:

So, just how searing is the Wolf King GT’s top speed? How does 62 mph sound? Terrifying? I’d have to side with you on that one.

Burning the asphalt on this apex predator induces what can only be described as an out-of-body experience.

Wolf King GT With Lights On During the Day

As for its acceleration, the ferocious dual motors propelled me to 15 mph in an astonishing 1.7 seconds and to 25 mph in an eye-watering 3.0 seconds.

Still with me? Count yourself as one of the brave ones. The motors certainly aren’t to be messed with, as demonstrated by the staggering 8,400W of peak power that they unleash. Needless to say, hills of even the steepest variety are light work.

Wolf King GT Thumb Throttle

This unbridled power is matched by the GT’s energy reserves. Its gigantic battery has a maximum range of 70 miles in its locker, or 53-55 miles when you factor in realistic riding conditions.

Wolf King GT Deck and Kickplate

Speed and range are all well and good, of course – but to pass my tests, the GT also needed to deliver the goods in the braking department.

Wolf King GT Front Hydraulic Disc Brake

Thankfully, the formidable hydraulic brakes were up to the task. They allowed me to stop in just 3.0 meters from 15 mph, which was on par with its fearsome sibling – the GTR.

Wolf King GT Brake Lever

Confidence-inspiring handling and stability are also key – especially when riding fast. The Wolf King GT has a lot going for it in this area. Its dual-stem design delivered the highest level of stability across all of the scooters that I tested for this guide (with the exception of the GTR). Compared to single-stem scooters like the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max, I felt far more secure and had no fear of speed wobble.

Front of Wolf King GT Ultra-Wide Handlebars

The expansive 29.5-inch handlebars offered supreme control, too, as did the huge deck and well-positioned kickplate.

Dramatic Shot of the Wolf King GT Frame

Then there’s the TFT display which played an important role in my ability to tame the GT’s power output. It's essentially a portal to 6 riding modes. Through it, you can also choose between single and dual-motor usage, alter torque levels, and set a 4-digit passcode to keep other riders out.

Wolf King GT Bright and Clever Display

Elsewhere, the tubeless and puncture-proof 11-inch tires offered oodles of cushioning and traction, while the front fork and dual rear springs kept the chassis responsive.

Wolf King GT Rear Tire

The only thing that let it down, however – especially when comparing it to the Wolf King GTR and NAMI Burn-e 2 Max – was its inferior ability to absorb shocks. For context, I scored the GT a 7/10 on my shock absorption scale, while I awarded the GTR an 8.5 and the Burn-e 2 Max a 10.

Wolf King GT Motorcycle-Grade Suspension

Factor in a suite of impressive lights – including two super bright headlights, a smoked taillight, deck LEDs, and turn signals – as well as a motorcycle-grade horn and an IPX5 water-resistance rating, and the Wolf King GT is an ultra-performance scooter that you can hang your hat on in any condition.

Wolf King GT Powerful Lights at Night

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Wolf King GTR

Sale: $3,995.00 $4,195.00 – Get Extra $300 Off With Code: ESIGTR

Performance Report:

Tester: Josh Frisby (197 lbs, 6.1 ft)

*Based on my tests and assessments

Motor Power:

Wolf King GTR Overview:

Where else can I possibly start but with the GTR’s 72V 2000W motors and 100A Sine Wave controller? Together, they produce an insanely high peak power output of 13,440W.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Performance

Unsurprisingly, this manifests in an earth-shattering top speed of 65 mph and a tectonic acceleration rate of 0-15 mph in 1.6 seconds. Heck, it even propelled me to 40 mph in a mind-melting 5.2 seconds. It’s like a cheetah on steroids.

Ultimately, when it comes to sheer power, the Wolf King GTR achieves the quickest acceleration and the fastest top speed that I’ve ever tested. This model is top of the ultra-performance rankings across the board.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR

The Good:

The Bad:

Why I Recommend the Wolf King GTR:

The GTR may feature the same hulking dual motors, humongous battery, and responsive brakes as the original and cheaper GT, but now joining the pack is an adjustable suspension system, removable battery, traction control, hybrid tires, and a show-stopping 100A Sine Wave controller that peaks at a monumental 160A.

Wolf King GTR Detachable Battery

The secret sauce that makes the GTR so much more potent than the older GT is the new controller. Having one unit funneling power to both motors is more efficient than two 50A controllers – energy is transferred faster, culminating in a quicker output of power.

Wolf King GTR Throttle

With this kind of game-changing power, the GTR demands a level of design and build quality to keep you safe. The good news is that Kaabo has cut no corners. Sporting the iconic dual stem, a 9-degree rake angle, and handlebars that measure 29.5 inches across, it guarantees stability, balance, and control.

Wolf King GTR Wide Handlebars

Its confidence-inspiring ride is also amplified by the new traction control feature. So ferocious is the GTR’s pace, that I strongly suggest keeping this feature on. During my tests, it limited the amount of wheel spin, allowing me to move up through the gears and accelerate with ease. Without it, the wheels spun up to 30 mph.

Wolf King GTR Advanced P-Settings Sport Mode

The GTR isn’t just about speed, though, the large 72V 35Ah battery puts out a maximum range of 112 miles. As per my tests, however, which saw me (6’1” / 197 lbs) riding at an average speed of 21.9 mph, amidst a temperature of 55.5 °F, and with a total ascent of 2,323 ft, I got 42.8 miles.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Real-World Range

The star of the show that made the range test so enjoyable was the all-new adjustable hydraulic front fork and rear shock suspension system. This is leagues ahead of the GT’s comparatively basic setup. It’s a sophisticated addition that significantly improves the GTR’s shock absorption.

Wolf King GTR Rear Suspension

No matter if you're cruising on a beach boardwalk or traversing a craggy dirt track, the suspension system adapts. The same can be said for the tubeless self-healing 12-inch tires. With a hybrid tread pattern, they guarantee traction across varying terrain.

Wolf King GTR All-Terrain Tire

Elsewhere, the deck remains large and grippy, while the IPX5 rating protects it from rain, puddles, and low-pressure jets.

Wolf King GTR Rubber Deck

You can rely on the brakes, too. Featuring strong hydraulic calipers and thick 3 mm rotors, the GTR brought me to a stop from 15 mph in 3.0 meters. This was impressive given the momentum whipped up by its 137 lb frame.

Wolf King GTR Hydraulic Disc Brake

I also can’t forget to mention the lights. With two blinding headlights, an array of deck LEDs, turn signals that are visible from all angles, and a taillight, the GTR is as equally comfortable in the dark as it is in the light. This is good, as it's a scooter that you’ll want to ride night and day.

Wolf King GTR Lights at Night

Further Information:

Wolf King GTR Review

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NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX

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Josh Carving on the NAMI Burn-e

Performance Report:

Tester: Josh Frisby (190 lbs, 6.1 ft)

*Based on my tests and assessments

Motor Power:

NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX Overview:

Combining best-in-class ride quality with a vicious acceleration rate, dual 72V 1500W motors, and powerful 50A Sine Wave controllers, the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max leaves no stone unturned.

Josh Testing the NAMI Burn-e 2

Capable of reaching a blistering top speed of 60 mph in seconds, its peak power output of 8400W produces enough torque to make a mockery of any hill or terrain. You can even control each of its formidable motors independently, thanks to its industry-leading interface.

However, it must be noted that despite the Burn-e 2 Max’s searing speed, its single stem means it’s not as stable as the Wolf King GT or GTR. You can increase its stability by attaching a steering damper, but this means an additional outlay of cash.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Steering Damper

Ultimately, I’d opt for the Burn-e 2 Max if you want to experience sublime levels of ride quality and fast acceleration rates. If, however, you want to regularly venture beyond 45 mph, my recommendation would be to opt for the Wolf King GTR.

The Good:

The Bad:

Why I Recommend the NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX:

While the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max isn’t as stable at top speeds as its competitors, it does everything else perfectly.

NAMI Burn-e 2 From Rear

This comes as no surprise when you consider its lineage. Taking the groundbreaking formula that shook the ultra-performance market to its core, the latest edition takes all the learnings from the original NAMI Burn-e Viper and refines them into something even more crowd-pleasing.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Imposing Frame

Take the new 72V 40Ah battery, for instance. It promises a maximum range of 115 miles (or 64 miles when ridden fast), comes with two charging ports, a fast 5A charger, and uses the highest quality cells from LG.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Charging Ports Open

Or the wider 27-inch handlebars, which exceed the original by 2.6 inches to permit far greater handling.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Handlebars

One of the most impressive features, however, is the new 4-piston hydraulic brakes. The power they deliver is unlike any other scooter that I’ve tested. To put this into perspective, they brought me to a stop from 15 mph in just 1.8 meters. This is the shortest stopping distance that I’ve ever recorded.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Rear Disc Brake

The adjustable 165 mm hydraulic coil-over-shock suspension system achieves an out-of-this-world level of shock absorption, too. Allied with the super-sized tubeless tires, they make any terrain a feathery-smooth thrill ride. No scooter comes close to the ride quality that it can offer, which is why I awarded it a perfect 10/10 on my shock absorption scale.

NAMI Burn-e Viper Hydraulic Spring and Rebound Adjustment Dial

The quality of its build is also exceptional. The stem is carbon fiber while the chassis is fused into one piece with girders of aviation-grade aluminum. The entire design creates a menacing aesthetic that’s unlike any other scooter on the market.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Stem Cable Management

As impressive is the sheer size of its deck. It rises at the back to form a kickplate for even more control and agility when accelerating. It’s even encrusted with a suite of ridiculously cool LED lights.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Deck Lights

The cherry on top, however, is the industry-leading interface. Aside from displaying readouts of your riding mode, battery voltage, motor temperature, and odometer, there’s a multitude of p-settings. From here, you can create two custom two riding modes from scratch. There’s also the option of enabling a speed-regulated cruise control feature and a 4-digit security passcode.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Display

To conclude, if you want a scooter that’s packed with features and achieves one of the best all-around performance profiles, the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max could be the one for you.

But, as I previously stated, you’ll need to buy and attach a steering damper to avoid wobble at top speeds. Here, it’s important to ask yourself whether you want a 60 mph scooter purely because of its top speed, or you want a model that’s packed with power so that you can experience adrenaline-inducing acceleration rates.

NAMI Burn-e 2 PMT Tire

If it’s the latter, then the Burn-e 2 Max stands out as a great choice. This is especially evident when comparing it to the Wolf King GT. The Burn-e 2 Max goes toe-to-toe with it at every acceleration interval up to 40 mph but it manages to outperform the GT in every other area.

NAMI Burn-e 2 Folded From Rear

Comparison

Compare 60-70 MPH Electric Scooters

The table below compares the best 60-70 mph electric scooters across their performance, specs, price, and more.
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Wolf King GTWolf King GTWolf King GTRWolf King GTRBurn-e 2 MAXNAMI Burn-e 2 Max
Where to BuyVoro MotorsVoro MotorsFluid Free Ride
Price$3,195$3,995$3,999
Speed CategoryBest Under $3,500Best Under $4,000Best Under $4,500
ReviewReviewReviewReview
Performance
Top Speed62 mph65 mph60 mph
0-15 MPH1.7 s1.6 s1.7 s
0-25 MPH3.0 s2.8 s3.0 s
0-30 MPH3.8 s3.4 s3.7 s
0-35 MPH4.7 s4.2 s4.6 s
0-40 MPH5.8 s5.2 s5.8 s
Max Range70 miles112 miles115 miles
Tested Range55 miles42.8 miles64 miles
Braking3.0 meters3.0 meters1.8 meters
Shock Absorp.7/108.5/1010/10
Max Incline50 degrees50 degrees35 degrees
Optimal Incline30 degrees30 degrees21 degrees
Specs
Motor72V 2000W (x2)72V 2000W (x2)72V 1500W (x2)
Nominal Power4000W4000W3000W
Peak Power8400W13440W8400W
ThrottleThumbFingerThumb
Battery72V 35Ah LG72V 35Ah LG72V 40AH LG
Charge Time12 hours12 hours10 hours
BrakesHydraulic Discs (x2), ElectronicHydraulic Discs (x2), ElectronicHydraulic Discs 4-Piston (x2), Electronic
SuspensionHydraulic Forks, Springs, SwingarmsAdjust. Hydraulic Fork, Adjust. Hydraulic Spring, SwingarmsAdjust. Hydraulic Springs, Swingarms
Tire Size11 inch12 inch11 inch
Tire TypeAir (Tubeless, Self-Healing)Air (Tubeless, Self-Healing)Air (Tubeless)
Weight105 lbs137 lbs103 lbs
Load330 lbs330 lbs330 lbs
FoldabilityFolds at NeckFolds at NeckFolds at Stem
IP RatingIPX5IPX5IP55
LightsDual Headlights, Taillight, Deck, Turn SignalsDual Headlights, Taillight, Deck, Turn SignalsHeadlight, Taillight, Deck, Turn Signals
TerrainStreet, Off-RoadStreet, Off-RoadStreet, Off-Road
Testing & Analysis

How Did I Test the Scooters?

After testing 5 of the world's fastest electric scooters that were capable of reaching speeds of between 60 and 70 mph, I hand-selected the 3 top performers.

60-70 MPH Electric Scooters

Key to my decision was each scooter's top speed, acceleration, motor power, handling, and braking performance. 

The models that I selected were the ones that I felt most confident on while ripping the throttle.

You can learn more about how I test below:

Electric Scooters That I Tested:

Click through the photo carousel to see all of the scooters that I tested for this guide.

Performance Tests:

Top Speed

As the top speed of electric scooters increases, the field of candidates gets smaller.

Testing each scooter required a dry and flat road, whilst I also made sure to have each fully charged with maxed-out performance settings and their tires inflated to the recommended PSI.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Top Speed

While I was able to test the scooters up to around 52-57 mph, I was not able to gather full top-speed data because I didn’t have access to enough runway to safely reach those speeds.

To make up for this, I used trusted third-party results (i.e. other industry experts).

Further Information:

How I Test Top Speed

Acceleration

How long each scooter took to hit 5 mph intervals up to 40 mph played a big role in my decision-making process. Those that were fast enough to induce a hit of adrenaline won my approval.

To accurately report on each scooter’s performance, I conducted multiple acceleration tests across 5 intervals (including 0-15, 0-25, 0-30, 0-35, and 0-40 mph).

Josh Accelerating on Dualtron Thunder 2

For each interval, I conducted 3x two-way directional runs on a flat, dry road, and averaged the data.

As with my top speed tests, I ensured that each scooter was fully charged and their tires inflated to the recommended PSI. I also set the start modes to zero-start and maxed out their performance settings.

Further Information:

How I Test Acceleration

Motor Size & Power (Nominal & Peak Power)

The top speed and acceleration data laid the foundation for me to compare real-world performance stats, but I also assessed the motor power of each scooter relative to their price.

The key information that I compared was nominal and peak power, as well as voltage.

Side Profile of Dualtron Storm Swingarm

Nominal power provided a measurement that allowed me to assess the power that the motors could produce continuously. Peak power, on the other hand, indicated the maximum output that the motors could produce before overheating.

As for voltage, this indicated the intensity at which electricity was being pushed through the motors. A higher voltage equated to more torque and acceleration.

Based on my tests, I found that scooters capable of reaching speeds of up to 70 mph typically had motors that operated between 60V and 72V with 3000-4000W of nominal power, and 8000-13500W of peak power.

Handling

The most important aspect of any electric scooter that can reach speeds of up to 70 mph is stability.

Josh Reaching For the Wolf King GTR Brake Lever

To report on this, I took note of how each scooter felt to ride at speed by focusing on their ability to remain stable without wobble. In some cases, I found that attaching a steering damper was required to keep the front wheel from wobbling.

In addition to these reports, I detailed how wide each scooter’s handlebars were, how high the handlebars were from the deck, the angle of the steering column, the angle of the kickplate, and the usable deck space. All of these measurements allowed me to understand the type of geometry that best lends itself to riding fast.

Josh Accelerating on Wolf King GT

The top performers had wide handlebars, high deck-to-handlebar heights, rake angles that allowed for both stability and maneuverability, decks with enough space to accommodate a sporty riding stance, and kickplate angles that offered comfortable platforms to lean into the ride.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Handling Around a Corner

The final area that I assessed was how well the tires performed while accelerating, braking, and cornering.

Braking

For each scooter to qualify for a place on my list, I capped the braking performance at 3.0 meters from 15 mph. This represents a “Very Good” level of performance, while anything below 2.5 meters is “Excellent” (as per hundreds of my tests over the last 5 years).

Josh Braking on the Wolf King GTR

I repeated the braking test 5 times per scooter and only included data from controlled stops (i.e. without skidding). The data was then averaged.

Further Information:

How I Test Braking Performance

Results From My Performance Tests:

See how the electric scooters stack up against each other across the metrics of top speed, acceleration, range, and braking.

Top Speed

Ordered from fastest to slowest – Learn about how I test top speed.

ScooterPriceTop Speed
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
65 MPH
Wolf King GT
$3,195
62 MPH
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
60 MPH

Acceleration (0-15 MPH)

Ordered from fastest to slowest – Learn about how I test acceleration.

ScooterPrice0-15 MPH
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
1.6 s
Wolf King GT
$3,195
1.7 s
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
1.7 s

Acceleration (0-25 MPH)

Ordered from fastest to slowest – Learn about how I test acceleration.

ScooterPrice0-25 MPH
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
2.8 s
Wolf King GT
$3,195
3.0 s
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
3.0 s

Acceleration (0-30 MPH)

Ordered from fastest to slowest – Learn about how I test acceleration.

ScooterPrice0-30 MPH
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
3.4 s
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
3.7 s
Wolf King GT
$3,195
3.8 s

Acceleration (0-35 MPH)

Ordered from fastest to slowest – Learn about how I test acceleration.

ScooterPrice0-35 MPH
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
4.2 s
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
4.6 s
Wolf King GT
$3,195
4.7 s

Acceleration (0-40 MPH)

Ordered from fastest to slowest – Learn about how I test acceleration.

ScooterPrice0-40 MPH
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
5.2 s
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
5.8 s
Wolf King GT
$3,195
5.8 s

Maximum Range (Riding Slow)

Ordered from longest to shortest range.

ScooterPriceMax Range
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
115 miles
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
112 miles
Wolf King GT
$3,195
70 miles

Realistic Range (Riding Fast)

Ordered from longest to shortest range – Learn about how I test real-world range.

ScooterPriceReal Range
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
64 miles
Wolf King GT
$3,195
55 miles
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
42.8 miles

Braking (From 15 MPH)

Ordered from shortest to longest stopping distance – Learn about how I test braking performance.

ScooterPriceBraking From 15 MPH
NAMI Burn-e 2 MAX
$3,999
1.8 meters
Wolf King GT
$3,195
3.0 meters
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
3.0 meters
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Josh Frisby
Josh Frisby

From basic budget and feature-packed commuters to all-terrain trailblazers and ultra-performance behemoths, I've spent the last 5 years testing every type of electric scooter. All of the scooters that I review are put through a rigorous review process so that I can clearly distinguish where one is better or worse than another. See how I test electric scooters or check out my guide to the best electric scooters. Contact me anytime: josh@electricscooterinsider.com

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