This high performance electric scooter from UK-based Zapp leaves conventional commuter steeds choking on their particulates. In place of a fossil-fuel-guzzling, greenhouse-gas-belching engine, you find a 14kW motor – powered by two lightweight, laptop-sized lithium-ion batteries and capable of 587Nm of torque.
This sort of grunt, combined with an ultra-low-profile, nitrogen-filled rear tyre, is capable of propelling you from zero to 30mph in a none-too-shabby 2.4 seconds, with a range of 35 miles or so per battery, while regenerative braking recharges your bike as you ride.
And when you’ve run out of juice, simply unclip the batteries and plug them into any household socket. The i300 has customisable spec and a range of finishes, and costs about £5,250.
Its 500mm, double-acting blades, which are capable of breezing through branches up to a couple of centimetres thick
If you have spent any time near any substantial body of water recently, you will almost certainly have witnessed stand-up paddleboard (SUP) surfing.
Designed with extreme sports fans in mind