After selling a Cyberwhistle for $ 50, Tesla is launching another product out of left field: a battery-powered all-terrain vehicle designed for kids.
The $ 1,900 ATV is nicknamed the âCyberquad for Kidsâ and is currently available for purchase. order in the USA. The company designed ATV in partnership with Radio Flyer, which created Tesla brand battery-powered miniature cars for children.
âInspired by our iconic Cybertruck design, the four-wheeled ATV features an all-steel frame, padded seat, and adjustable suspension with rear disc brake and LED light bars,â Tesla said. .
The Cyberquad for Kids, recommended for ages 8 and up, can travel up to â15+ milesâ with a top speed of 10 mph. Other features include a shock absorber suspension system to absorb bumps during the ride, heavy-duty pneumatic tires, and a parental control button to restrict top speed to 5 mph.
The product is also a mini version of the original Cyberquad, which Tesla introduced in 2019 as a companion vehicle to the Cybertruck, not yet released. Both use electric batteries for locomotion, but Tesla has postponed Cybertruck production until next year.
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It’s unclear when Tesla will release the Adult Cyberquad. But in the meantime, parents can purchase the kid-friendly version for their children.
ATV orders will start shipping in two to four weeks, according to Tesla, although deliveries are not guaranteed to arrive before the holidays. Of the society Faq on the product also reveals that the ATV can carry a child weighing up to 150 pounds. Plus, the ATV’s lithium-ion battery promises to recharge three times faster than traditional batteries.
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