Tesla’s $1900 Cyberquad Is a Cybertruck Inspired ATV for Your Kids


Cyberquad

Electric Car Maker Tesla has announced a $1900 four-wheeler ATV for kids, under the Cyberquad moniker. This Cyberquad is available for purchase via Tesla’s official site, with shipping starting in two to four weeks.

This announcement comes around two years after the announcement of the Cyberquad TV for adults, as a complimentary vehicle for owners of the Cybertruck from the company.

This new smaller Cybersquad is available for kids who are 8 years old or older, and for buyers who can shell out a whopping $1900 for their kids.

Tesla Cyberquad: Specifications

Cyberquad

The ATV features a steel frame, adjustable suspension with rear-disk braking and a cushioned seat. LED light bars, much like the original Cybertruck are also present. The Cyberquad tops out at 10mph and can run for up to 15 miles on a single charge of the battery.

It comes in three different speed settings, 5mph, 10mph and 5mph but in reverse, with Tesla mentioning that it is going to take around 5 hours to charge the ATV from 0-100%, with range also varying due to factors such as the user’s weight, the terrain and the speed setting.

As of now, the Cyperquad is going to ship in the US only, with Tesla also staying mum over availability prior to the holiday season.

In other Tesla news, the CEO of the company Elon Musk recently sent out a tweet encouraging customers to pick the company’s $50 Cyberwhistle instead of Apple’s Polishing Cloth, available for a rather high $19.

The product page for this whistle, which has been shared by Musk on Twitter suggests that it offers a limited edition stainless steel whistle with the same design of the company’s Tesla Cybertruck.

What Else is the Company Working on?

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This new Cyberquad seems like a fun side vehicle for your kids if you are a Tesla enthusiast, with this being a nice gift for your kids especially if you have ordered the adult-sized Cyberquad since you can go on rides with your kids in the near future.

In other Tesla news, the company’s Shanghai Gigafactory is moving towards the goal of producing more than 1 million vehicles per year. The Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory is the company’s first manufacturing plant in China.

Starting in January this year, with the start of mass production of the Chinese Model Y, Tesla’s production and sales in China have seen faster growth. Overall, it seems like there are some busy months ahead for the popular EV maker, be it for its main products or for the accessories.

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