Tesla has just announced the Cyberquad – an all-electric four-wheel ATV for kids which is available to order from their website right now.
The miniature quad bike clearly takes its futuristic styling from the opinion-dividing Tesla Cybertruck which was unveiled back in 2019 – with aggressive, angular steel panels and an LED light strip adorning the front.
The Cyberquad is aimed at children aged 8 years and up, and will cost $1,900. Right now it’s only available to pre-order in the US.
So what do you get for your $1,900? The pint sized quad bike includes a steel frame, cushioned seat, and adjustable suspension with rear disk braking. That’s topped of with an LED light strip.
The ATV has two speed setting (5mph and 10mph) plus a 5mph reverse gear, and the battery will provide an estimated 15 miles of range depending on speed, terrain and the size of the driver. Tesla say it will take 5 hours to fully recharge the battery.
The Cyberquad is available for pre-order now, but Tesla are making no guarantees that you’ll get your hands on one before Christmas.
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