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Wolf King GTR Review

$3,995.00

8.5/10 (Expert Score)

DATE

March 8, 2024

Price When Reviewed: $3995.00

Kaabo’s pack of Wolves strikes terror into all but the most experienced scooter enthusiasts. These ultra-performance models specialize in white knuckle speeds that’ll strip the enamel from your teeth if you dare try to smile in their direction. And now there’s a new alpha in town: the Wolf King GTR.

 

Following in the tracks left by its predecessor, the GTR leaps to the head of the pack with more savagery and greater finesse. Just as the Nissan GTR is a sports car that’s designed for high-speed driving and racing, so too is the Wolf. But don’t just take my word for it, based on the results from my high-precision GPS data logger, the GTR not only achieves the quickest acceleration rate that I’ve ever tested, but it also tops the charts for speed.

 

While the dual 72V 2000W motors, 35Ah battery, and Zoom hydraulic brakes remain the same, the new model brings more power in the form of an upgraded Sine Wave controller, superior ride quality thanks to its adjustable suspension, and better handling as a result of its newly-equipped traction control and hybrid tires.

 

It isn’t for everyone – but for those brave enough, experienced enough, and rich enough to step aboard, the thrill of the ride promises to be unforgettable.

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Wolf King GTR Durable Frame

The good and the bad

Who we recommend it for

Is it worth its price tag?

Look, feel, and functionality

Results from our tests

Other scooters to consider

The Good and The Bad

Pros & Cons

PROS:

  • Fastest scooter on the market
  • Acceleration is the quickest that I’ve ever tested
  • A monumental 13,440W of peak power
  • Powerful 2-in-1 100A Sine Wave controller (peaks at 160A)
  • Has traction control
  • A well-balanced frame, reliable dual stem, and ultra-wide handlebars make it extremely stable when ripping top speeds
  • Zoom hydraulic brake calipers and thick rotors ensure responsive stopping power
  • Shock absorption of the GTR is far better than the original GT thanks to the new adjustable hydraulic shocks
  • Versatile self-healing tiresLong real-world range
  • Removable battery makes charging easy
  • Best hill climber that I’ve tested
  • Huge deck and extended kickplate allow for plenty of room
  • The most ground clearance of any scooter
  • Ideal for heavy riders
  • Bright and easy-to-read TFT display
  • Super bright dual headlights and deck-embedded LEDs
  • Turn signals are visible from all angles
  • IPX5 water resistance rating

CONS:

  • Extremely heavy
  • The folding mechanism is clunky and the most difficult to use out of all of the scooters that I’ve tested
  • While the removable battery is a useful feature, the connector is a little difficult to attach and detach due to a lack of space
  • The smoked taillight is hard to see in daylight, and it doesn't flash when you brake (instead, it glows brighter)

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Speed
Is It Right For You?

Who It's Best For

Consider yourself a scooter novice? Perhaps you’re seeking an approachable entry point into the performance market? If so, the Wolf King GTR is not the model for you. This is the most ultra of ultra-performance scooters, capable of wind-whipping speeds and power that’ll terrify all but the most seasoned of adrenaline junkies. You’ve been warned.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Performance

Ultimately, then, if you’re an experienced rider and on the hunt for a scooter that pushes the boundaries of raw performance to new frontiers, the GTR may be the scooter for you. It’s also an excellent choice for bigger riders thanks to its wide-spanning handlebars, expansive deck, and high load-bearing capacity. The same attributes, alongside its adjustable suspension, hybrid tires, and extended ground clearance, make it an excellent choice for off-roading.

Wolf King GTR Off-Road

Is It Worth Its Price Tag?

Value For Money

There’s no shying away from the mammoth price tag – it’s an eye-watering sum. But does the GTR represent good value for money? I’d argue yes, so long as you’re prepared for everything that it brings to the table.

Wolf King GTR Motor

Make no bones about it, this is the fastest electric scooter that I’ve ever tested. Yes, it comes with a host of other top-of-the-range features, but to grasp the full value of this monster, you need to be able to handle the full extent of its power.

On the other hand, if you can’t quite stretch to the GTR’s price tag, you may want to consider the original, and cheaper, GT model. However, you’ll have to make some sacrifices. You can learn more about the differences between these models below.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Riding Modes

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Comparison

Wolf King GTR vs Wolf King GT

Wolf King GTRWolf King GTRWolf King GTWolf King GT
Where to BuyVoro MotorsVoro Motors
Price$3,995$3,195
Performance
Top Speed65 mph62 mph
0-15 MPH1.6 s1.7 s
0-20 MPH2.1 s2.2 s
0-25 MPH2.8 s3.0 s
0-30 MPH3.4 s3.8 s
0-35 MPH4.2 s4.7 s
0-40 MPH5.2 s5.8 s
Max Range112 miles70 miles
Tested Range42.8 miles55 miles
Shock Absorp.8.5/107/10
Braking3.0 meters3.0 meters
Max Incline50 degrees50 degrees
Optimal Incline30 degrees30 degrees
Specs
Motor72V 2000W (x2)72V 2000W (x2)
Nominal Power4000W4000W
Peak Power13440W8400W
ThrottleFingerThumb
Controllers100A Sine Wave50A Sine Wave (x2)
Battery72V 35Ah LG/Samsung (Removable)72V 35Ah LG/Samsung
Charge Time10 hours12 hours
BrakesHydraulic Discs (x2), ElectronicHydraulic Discs (x2), Electronic
Traction ControlYesNo
SuspensionAdjust. Hydraulic Fork, Adjust. Hydraulic Spring, SwingarmsHydraulic Forks, Springs, Swingarms
Tire Size12 x 4 in11 x 3.5 in
Tire TypeTubeless (Self-Healing), Hybrid All-TerrainTubeless (Self-Healing),
Either Street or Off-Road
Ground Clearance9.6 in8.4 in
Deck-to-Handlebar Height39.6 in41.4 in
Weight137 lbs115 lbs
Load330 lbs330 lbs
FoldabilityFolds at NeckFolds at Neck
IP RatingIPX5IPX5
LightsDual Headlights, Taillight, Deck, Turn SignalsDual Headlights, Taillight, Deck, Turn Signals
TerrainStreet, Off-RoadStreet, Off-Road

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Traction Control

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Look, Feel & Functionality

Design & Features

Cockpit

At 29.5 inches, the GTR’s handlebars are wide enough to ensure that you feel balanced and stable when putting the afterburners on. The flared rubber handgrips, meanwhile, do wonders for your sense of security.

Wolf King GTR Cockpit

The handlebars are also, of course, home to the cockpit. The first thing you’ll notice is the large and super bright TFT display; it hosts all of your key stats, remains bright enough to read (even under direct sunlight), and gives you access to a host of riding modes that can be selected via the buttons on the accelerator unit. There are 7 modes to choose from with each increasing your speed. I found myself using modes 1-5 most often, while you can also take advantage of Eco and Sport modes. Better still, you can use each mode with either just one or both motors engaged, effectively doubling your choice.

Wolf King GTR TFT Display

As for the throttle itself, if you’ve read any of my other reviews it’ll come as no surprise to learn that I prefer the ergonomics of thumb throttles. However, in this case, I felt that the finger throttle was the right design choice for a scooter that wields such savage power. I did find myself getting hand cramps during the range test, though. Thankfully I was able to use cruise control to give my hand a rest from its claw-like position.

Wolf King GTR Throttle

On the other side of the cockpit, there’s a simple, yet effective button pad that controls the motorcycle-grade horn, lights, and turn signals (more on those shortly). Levers for your hydraulic brakes are also within easy reach.

Wolf King GTR Cockpit Controls

Frame

The Wolf King GTR is an absolute unit. It weighs 137 lbs – heavier than the 115 lbs tallied by its forebearer, the GT – though, interestingly, by my measurements, the deck-to-handlebar height is shorter at 39.6 inches (compared to the GT’s 41.4 inches). I found this was a little too short for my 6’1” frame.

Wolf King GTR in Woods

Where the GTR doesn’t come up short, however, is in its robustness. The dual stem is rock solid and confidence-inspiring, while the IPX5 water resistance rating protects it from rain and puddle splashes. The cable management is immaculate, too, and the frame is the epitome of heavy-duty.

Wolf King GTR Controller Box on Stem

Don’t be put off by its sheer size and weight, though – I found it reassuringly stable when riding at searing speeds. This quality is strengthened further by the forged aluminum fork tips that keep the front wheel, hub motor, and fork attached.

Wolf King GTR Hybrid Tire

This has huge benefits, particularly where durability is concerned. Forged components are mechanically stronger than those that have been cast because they aren’t vulnerable to shrinkage or cavities. In some tests, forged parts have been shown to have a 26% higher tensile strength and a 37% higher fatigue strength, meaning they’re both more robust and longer lasting than their casted counterparts.

Wolf King GTR Rear Suspension

Deck

Based on my measurements, the generously sized deck offers 20.1 x 9.4 inches of usable space, which is plenty of room to comfortably arrange your feet. And, because of the grippy rubber that coats it, they remain planted.

Wolf King GTR Deck

The extended 11.2-inch kickplate adds a further 7.1 inches of usable space, while its 33-degree angle from the deck sets the foundation for you to lean into the ride when ripping the throttle.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Kickplate

Another noteworthy feature is the 9.6 inches of ground clearance. Not only does this represent a 1.2-inch increase over the original Wolf King GT (equating to an extra 14% of space), but it’s the biggest gap that I’ve ever seen on a scooter. This will be music to the ears of anyone who wants to ride over bumpy, uneven terrain, without incurring damage to the underside. To put this into perspective, I rode it over a large tree stump and still had plenty of space.

Wolf King GTR Rolling Over a Tree Stump

Here's a different angle:

Wolf King GTR Over a Tree Stump

Removable Battery

One key deviation from the original Wolf King GT is the new 2520Wh portable battery. This makes charging it so much easier, though there are flaws in its design.

Wolf King GTR Removable Battery

The connector is a little difficult to attach and detach due to a lack of space – I feel the scooter would have benefited from copying the SPLACH Mukuta's design here.

Wolf King GTR Removable Battery Connector

On a more positive note, a combination lock keeps the battery secure when left unattended – you needn’t worry about theft unless someone can carry the whole scooter away, which I doubt very much.

Wolf King GTR Removable Battery Combination Lock

Plus, there’s a voltmeter on the back of the battery, so you can keep tabs on its charge level.

Wolf King GTR Battery Voltmeter

Once empty, the battery takes around 10 hours to recharge when using the two chargers provided.

Tires

While the Wolf King GT sported 11 x 3.5-inch self-healing tubeless tires with a choice of either street or off-road tread, the new tires on the GTR measure 12 x 4 inches and come with a hybrid pattern.

Wolf King GTR Rear Tire

After testing them across varying terrain, I was impressed with their traction and handling – especially through the corners. Here, having the all-new traction control feature turned on worked wonders.

Wolf King GTR All-Terrain Tire

One cautionary tale, however… One of the tires deflated in shipping, and it was extremely hard to get it pumped up again. I tried a normal bicycle pump and an electronic pump before finally resorting to a proper car pump at the local gas station – I had to blast it full of air to get the bead to seal so that it could inflate. Hopefully, you won’t incur the same misfortune – but, if you do, now you know the solution.

Portability

Let’s not beat around the bush, the Wolf King GTR is about as portable as an anchor. Trying to lift it could result in a muscle tear, and let’s just say you’ll need a large car trunk to have any hope of transporting it. The addition of the handlebar hook doesn’t make it any easier to lift, either. But portability is most certainly not the GTR’s raison de vivre, so I can’t be too harsh.

Wolf King GTR Folded

Folding it down is a chore, but again, I sense this wasn’t exactly high up on Kaabo’s list of priorities. It’s also worth noting that it’s surprisingly easy to bend the safety pin which can make folding and unfolding the scooter a major challenge.

Wolf King GTR Bent Safety Pin

Here, you need to remember to take the safety pin out before you attempt to fold/unfold it. This isn’t the first time that I’ve experienced issues with the safety pin, though. With my original GT, the pin had a faulty spring, meaning it tended to pop out when riding. Luckily, I had another from a different Wolf model so I swapped it.

Wolf King GTR Safety Pin

Ultimately, if you can avoid folding it, I would.

It must be said, though, that the folding mechanism, once secured, keeps the dual stem completely wobble-free.

Load

With a 330 lbs load-bearing capacity, the GTR stands out as a fantastic option for bigger, heavier riders.

Wolf King GTR Rubber Deck

While testing it I weighed 197 lbs and it performed admirably, receiving my seal of approval for riders higher up on the scale.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Load-Bearing Capacity

Lights

What’s not to love about the lighting rig on show here? Two blindingly bright headlights sit mid-way up the stem (no extra clip-ons are needed here), while an array of deck LEDs boost your visibility to others.

Wolf King GTR Lights

The turn signals, meanwhile, are among the best that I’ve tested. They illuminate the front, sides, and rear of the scooter, ensuring vehicles and pedestrians can see them from all angles.

Wolf King GTR Turn Signals

There’s one element that I don’t love, though: the taillight. The smoked design makes it hard to see in daylight, while it also doesn't flash when you brake.

Wolf King GTR Headlight Beam

Build Quality

While the GTR’s build isn’t as refined as some of its ultra-performance rivals like the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max, it does promise a stable, reliable ride which is all you can ask for when hitting top speeds.

Wolf King GTR in Woodland

Small details like the spring-loaded charging port covers, extra thick 3 mm rotors, removable rims for tire repairs, and motorcycle-grade kickstand certainly show Kaabo’s efforts to improve the build quality of the GT’s successor. However, there’s room for improvement.

Wolf King GTR Kickplate

Firstly, I’d like to see Kaabo bring more innovation to the table where the folding mechanism is concerned. Despite having released multiple scooters over the last 5 years, they’ve all relied on the same mechanism, and it remains the most difficult to use out of all the scooters that I’ve tested.

Wolf King GTR Folding Latch

Secondly, after 50 miles of testing, I noticed that the suspension began to squeak. I’m yet to fix this issue, but I’m confident that a spray of WD-40 would do the trick. If Kaabo could add more lubrication or grease to the areas of the suspension that are the most prone to squeaking this would be a nice touch.

Wolf King GTR Rear Hydraulic Shock

Thirdly, the buttons on the new accelerator unit weren’t the most responsive. To be precise, the power button didn’t click, meaning I had to push down on it very hard with my nail to turn the scooter on/off.

Wolf King GTR Accelerator Unit

Let’s not pass over the things that all Wolf scooters, including the GTR, benefit from, though. Here, the well-balanced distribution of weight across the frame is among the best in the business. Combined with the heavy, secure, and stable dual stem there’s a level of reassurance that can’t be matched by scooters with single stems.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Deck Space

Add to this the excellent cable management, newly designed tires, adjustable suspension, more powerful 2-in-1 Sine Wave controller, traction control, and enhanced turn signals, and the GTR has come on leaps and bounds from its predecessor.

Wolf King GTR Kaabo Logo

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Performance Report

Performance Report Summary

  • Tester: Josh Frisby | Weight: 197 lbs | Height: 6'1″
  • Equipment: Dragy GPS Performance Box (DG70) | Garmin Edge 130 Plus
  • Results: See the test data
CategoryTest ResultsClaimed
Top Speed65.8 mph65 mph
0-15 MPH1.6 sn/a
0-20 MPH2.1 sn/a
0-25 MPH2.8 sn/a
0-30 MPH3.4 sn/a
0-35 MPH4.2 sn/a
0-40 MPH5.2 sn/a
0-45 MPH6.1 sn/a
Braking3.0 metersn/a
Range42.8 miles112 miles
Incline30 degrees50 degrees

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Handling Around a Corner

Top Speed

  • Tester: Josh Frisby | Weight: 197 lbs | Height: 6'1″
  • Equipment: Garmin Edge 130 Plus
  • Results: See the test data

Since the Wolf King GTR is all about power, you won’t be surprised to learn that its 72V 2000W motors unleash a cheetah-like top speed of 65 mph. Let that sink in.

You’ll have to forgive me for not collecting real-world speed data to verify Kaabo’s claims. I did, however, reach 52.7 mph according to my high-precision GPS data logger, though the display said 57.8 mph. I didn’t want to push it any further as I still have plenty more scooters to review. Impressively, though, the scooter felt stable throughout.

Wolf King GTR Top Speed Test Data From High-Precision GPS Data Logger

For those of you wondering, other reviewers have reported real-world top speed tests of 65.8 mph, making it the fastest production scooter ever made.

To take advantage of the GTR’s top speed, you’ll need to:

  1. Go into the p-settings and enable “S (Sport) mode”
  2. Hold the top-right button on the accelerator unit until you enter dual-motor mode
  3. Click up through the gears until you see “S” on the display

Wolf King GTR Advanced P-Settings Sport Mode

Top Speed vs Price

No shocks here – boasting the most powerful motors and highest peak power output of all its similarly-priced rivals, the Wolf King GTR is comfortably the fastest scooter among its peers.

ScooterTested SpeedClaimed Speed
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
66 mph65 mph
InMotion RS
$3,999
62 mph68 mph
Wolf King GT
$3,195
61 mph62 mph
NAMI Burn-e 2 Max
$3,999
55 mph60 mph
NAMI Burn-e 2
$2,999
44 mph45 mph
Apollo Pro
$3,499
43 mph44 mph
Segway GT2
$3,999
42 mph44 mph

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Top Speed

Acceleration

  • Tester: Josh Frisby | Weight: 197 lbs | Height: 6'1″
  • Equipment: Dragy GPS Performance Box (DG70)
  • Results: See the test data

Armed with a highly efficient 100A Sine Wave controller that’s capable of outputting a peak of 160A, the GTR beats every other heavy-hitting scooter at each interval. Its acceleration is unparalleled, making it the fastest out of the blocks that I've ever tested. It was like I was trying to tame a cheetah.

Scooter0-15 MPH0-20 MPH0-25 MPH0-30 MPH0-35 MPH0-40 MPH0-45 MPH
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
1.6 s2.1 s2.8 s3.4 s4.2 s5.2 s6.1 s
InMotion RS
$3,999
1.6 s2.1 s2.8 s3.5 s4.5 s5.6 sNo Data
NAMI Burn-e 2 Max
$3,999
1.7 s2.2 s3.0 s3.7 s4.6 s5.8 sNo Data
Wolf King GT
$3,195
1.7 s2.2 s3.0 s3.8 s4.7 s5.8 sNo Data
NAMI Burn-e 2
$2,999
1.8 s2.5 s3.2 s4.3 s5.5 s7.5 sNo Data
Segway GT2
$3,999
1.9 s2.5 s3.1 s4.1 sNo DataNo DataNo Data
Apollo Pro
$3,499
2.1 s2.7 s4.3 s6.3 sNo DataNo DataNo Data

Now, one of the most interesting features that the GTR brings to the table is traction control. This limits the amount of wheel spin produced by the motors. I’d strongly suggest activating it by ensuring that Sport mode is turned OFF. If you enable Sport mode, you’ll find that the spinning can, at times, become uncontrollable. Because of the immense amounts of power surging through the motors, the wheels spin up to 30 mph.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Acceleration

In the interest of comparison, I conducted tests with Sport mode ON and OFF. With Sport mode ON there was a noticeable difference in acceleration. Here are the results:

  • 3% faster to 15 mph
  • 9% faster to 20 mph
  • 11% faster to 25 mph
  • 15% faster to 30 mph
  • 20% faster to 35 mph
  • 25% faster to 40 mph

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Mileage

  • Tester: Josh Frisby | Weight: 197 lbs | Height: 6'1″
  • Equipment: Garmin Edge 130 Plus
  • Results: See the test data

Kaabo claims that the Wolf King GTR’s 72V 35Ah LG battery (or Samsung 21700 variant, depending on the retailer) has a maximum range of 112 miles. As for real-world range, well, this will depend on your speed, terrain, weight, and weather conditions.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Off-Road

My tests, which included me as a 197 lbs rider traveling at an average moving speed of 21.9 mph, amidst an average temperature of 55.5 °F, and with a total ascent of 2,323 ft, revealed that the scooter’s realistic range was 42.82 miles.

Wolf King GTR Real-World Range Test Data From High-Precision GPS Data Logger

Mileage vs Price

Measured against its 6 biggest rivals, the GTR’s max range is only beaten by the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max and its 72V 40Ah battery.

ScooterTested RangeClaimed Range
NAMI Burn-e 2 Max
$3,999
64 miles115 miles
Wolf King GT
$3,195
55 miles70 miles
NAMI Burn-e 2
$2,999
50 miles90 miles
InMotion RS
$3,999
45 miles100 miles
Wolf King GTR
$3,995
43 miles112 miles
Apollo Pro
$3,499
39 miles63 miles
Segway GT2
$3,999
33 miles56 miles

As for real-world range, it beats the Segway GT2 (33 miles) and Apollo Pro (39 miles), operates within the same realm as the InMotion RS (44.7 miles), falls slightly short of the NAMI Burn-e 2 (50 miles), and is some way behind the original Wolf King GT (55 miles), and NAMI Burn-e 2 Max (64 miles). Nevertheless, it's important to remember that the GTR is packing a lot more motor power, and for this reason, it can be considered a top performer.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Real-World Range

Hill Climbing

  • Tester: Josh Frisby | Weight: 197 lbs | Height: 6'1″
  • Equipment: Garmin Edge 130 Plus

A monumental peak power output of 13,440W – which far outstrips the 8,400W generated by its predecessor – distinguishes the GTR as a voracious eater of inclines.

It’s quite simply the best hill climber there is.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Up a Hill

Shock Absorption

  • Tester: Josh Frisby | Weight: 197 lbs | Height: 6'1″
  • Equipment: Subjective Assessment

Unlike the old GT, the GTR now comes with an adjustable hydraulic front fork and rear shock suspension. Now, I’ll level with you: when I used the two dials to adjust the forks to their maximum and minimum compression, I couldn’t detect a discernible difference in the ride.

Wolf King GTR Adjustable Compression Knob For Front Fork Suspension

Meanwhile, I found that if you have the rear spring set at a fast rebound rate, the power from the rear motor can pull the tire and swingarm forward. It’s best to adjust the rebound of the rear shock to its slowest setting for the most stable acceleration. On the other hand, it’s better to use a quicker setting when off-roading.

Wolf King GTR Adjustable Hydraulic Rear Shock

These details aside, the new suspension is far more advanced than the old system which used a standard non-adjustable front fork and dual rear springs. To be honest, this setup was starting to look and feel somewhat archaic when compared to those featured on the likes of the NAMI Burn-e 2 Max.

With the hybrid tires also working their magic, the GTR scores an impressive 8.5 out of 10 on my shock absorption scale.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Shock Absorption Off-Road

Braking

  • Tester: Josh Frisby | Weight: 197 lbs | Height: 6'1″
  • Equipment: Measuring Tape

From a speed of 15 mph, the Zoom hydraulic calipers and 160 mm rotors brought me to a responsive stop in 3.0 meters. This is ample stopping power for counteracting the momentum whipped up by the scooter’s weight.

Josh Reaching For the Wolf King GTR Brake Lever

It’s also worth noting that, at 3 mm, the rotors are 50% thicker than those found on other scooters (2 mm). This makes them less susceptible to warping, bending, and overheating.

Wolf King GTR Hydraulic Disc Brake

Ride Quality

  • Tester: Josh Frisby | Weight: 197 lbs | Height: 6'1″
  • Equipment: Subjective Assessment

When it comes to ride quality, the Wolf King GTR is head and shoulders above the GT – I’d go as far as saying it’s one of the best ultra-performance scooters to ride, period.

I often find that a good indicator of whether a scooter is enjoyable to ride is how I feel after completing the range test since these can stretch from 1 to 3 hours and require continuous riding. At times, they can elicit pain points like aching body parts from a scooter’s ill-designed dimensions and geometry – for example: a bad back as a result of crouching to reach short handlebars.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Ride Quality

So, what's the verdict? Well, while I experienced the occasional hand cramp as a result of the trigger throttle, and found the deck-to-handlebar height to be a little short, I still thoroughly enjoyed completing the range test which saw me riding for just under 2 hours (1 hour, 57 minutes, and 8 seconds, to be precise). Better yet, I could have kept going.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Ride Quality on a Road

Key to its success were the extensively wide handlebars, 9-degree rake angle, and sprawling, grippy deck that combined to keep the ride balanced and controllable.

Wolf King GTR Frame From Above

The confidence-inspiring dual stem played an important role, too. By its very design, it’s hard to steer, meaning you have to lean into turns like you would on a motorcycle. This is a good thing when riding at speed.

Wolf King GTR Robust Chassis

Factor in the adjustable suspension, versatile tires, and Sine Wave controller, and you have all the ingredients for a spectacularly smooth ride – regardless of the terrain.

Hats off, Kaabo. With the GTR, the brand has delivered a model that has no peers when it comes to the joy of riding fast.

Josh Testing the Wolf King GTR Performance on a Road

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Tester: Josh Frisby (190 lbs, 6.1 ft)

*Based on my tests and assessments

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Post-Purchase Support

Warranty

Available to buy via Voro Motors, the Wolf King GTR comes with a standard one-year limited warranty.

Wolf King GTR Frame

This covers repairs and replacements for the motors, battery, controller, and display. This is limited, however; you may only be able to request a spare for any of the above once during the warranty period. I questioned Voro Motors on this and they said: “It's a case-by-case basis and will be determined by our Technician during inspection/troubleshooting.” Any further replacements will come at a cost to you, and you are also responsible for shipping costs.

Wolf King GTR Detachable Battery

As is customary for most scooters, the warranty does not cover general wear and tear, misuse, cosmetic damage, neglect, alterations, improper assembly, or overexposure to heat and water.

Voro Motors has repair facilities in Los Angeles, New York City, and Kapolei (Hawaii).

Wolf King GTR Tubular Chassis

Manufacturer Specs

Specification Sheet

Specification: Wolf King GTR Review

Brand
Brand

Kaabo

Type
Terrain

Off-Road, Street

Design
Portability

Folding Frame

Weight (lbs)

137

Rider Weight (lbs)

330

Tire Size (inches)

12

Tire Type

Pneumatic (Self-Healing)

Performance
Top Speed (mph)

65

Max Range (miles)

112

Charge Time (hours)

10

Suspension Type

Front & Rear

Brake Type

Disc (Full-Hydraulic), Electronic

Extra Features
Extra Features

Cruise Control, Lights, Swappable Battery, Water Resistance Rating, Dual Motors, Turn Signals

Specification
Max Incline (degrees)

50

Water Resistance Rating

IPX5

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Specification: Wolf King GTR Review

Brand
Brand

Kaabo

Type
Terrain

Off-Road, Street

Design
Portability

Folding Frame

Weight (lbs)

137

Rider Weight (lbs)

330

Tire Size (inches)

12

Tire Type

Pneumatic (Self-Healing)

Performance
Top Speed (mph)

65

Max Range (miles)

112

Charge Time (hours)

10

Suspension Type

Front & Rear

Brake Type

Disc (Full-Hydraulic), Electronic

Extra Features
Extra Features

Cruise Control, Lights, Swappable Battery, Water Resistance Rating, Dual Motors, Turn Signals

Specification
Max Incline (degrees)

50

Water Resistance Rating

IPX5

Wolf King GTR Review
Wolf King GTR Review

$3,995.00

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