Tesla is now selling newest model electric Cyberquad ATV for children for 1,900$. After selling the Cyberwhistle for 50$, Tesla is introducing another product outside the left field; a battery-powered all-terrain vehicle designed for kids.
Tesla Cyberquad ATV:
The 1,900$ ATV has been named the “Cyber Quad for Kids” and is currently available for order in the United States. The company designed the ATV in partnership with Radio Flyer, the first to make Tesla branded, small battery-powered cars for children.
“Inspired by our popular cyber truck design, the four-wheeled ATV features a full steel frame, cushion seat and rear disc braking and adjustable suspension with LED light bars,” Official statement by Tesla.
Cyberquad’s Video Showcase:
The Cyber Quad for Kids, recommended for ages 8 and up, can travel up to “15+ miles” with a top speed of 10 miles per hour. Other features include a shock suspension system to absorb collisions during the ride, rugged air tires, and parental control buttons to limit speeds up to 5mph.
The product is also a smaller version of the original Cyber Quad, which Tesla introduced in 2019 as a companion to the yet-to-be-released Cyber Truck. Both use electric batteries for locomotives, but Tesla has postponed production of the cyber truck until next year.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. But in the meantime, parents can buy baby-friendly versions for their children.
According to Tesla, ATV orders will begin shipping in two to four weeks, although shipments are not guaranteed to arrive before the holidays. The company’s frequently asked questions on the product also suggest that the ATV can carry a baby up to 150 pounds. In addition, ATV’s lithium-ion battery promises to charge three times faster than conventional batteries.