LyteHorse originally set out to reinvent the golf cart — and ended up creating a new class of ATV. A cross between an ATV and a scooter, the electric LyteHorse stand-up mobility solution. Over eight prototypes, LyteHorse has refined the vehicle into production-ready form, with front and rear suspension and some very impressive specs. Measuring six feet long, the LyteHorse weighs 600 pounds, can carry a 200-pound passenger, and tow another 2,500 pounds putting it in side-by-side territory. It can ford streams up to two feet deep, has an 80-mile range, and can hit 40 MPH, with two or four-wheel-drive modes. You can also pick from a massive number of accessories, from gun racks to external lighting to extended-range batteries.