We know that Tesla had plans to release an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), called Cyberquad. But before adults can ride one, the company decided to roll out a pint-sized version for kids.
The $1,900 Cyberquad for kids was listed on the company’s website last night as a surprise..If you had any doubts about the design, you can take a look at the pictures and conclude it’s inspired by the Cybertruck.
That front looks like a deadly robot rushing to attack you. Apart from its intimidating fascia and angular body design, the vehicle features a full-steel frame, a cushioned seat, and adjustable suspensions with rear disc brakes.
Let’s talk specs: the all-electric ATV can run up to 15 miles (24.1 km) on a full charge with a top speed of 10 miles per hour (16 km per hour). The company says that it’s suitable for kids aged eight and above.
Earlier this week, the company released a Cbertruck inspired Cyberwishtle for $50, and it’s already been sold out.
It’s smart of Tesla to introduce this during the holiday season, but it says that shipping will begin in 2-4 weeks, so there’s no guarantee that your order will arrive in time to stash under the family Christmas tree. Womp womp!
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