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The entire design of the Cyberquad for kids is all aimed at fueling a series of fun adventures for children whose parents are able to afford the luxurious ATV.
American electric vehicle company Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) has launched all-electric Cyberquad for kids, expanding its new product suite. As detailed on its website, the Cyberquad for kids was inspired by the Cybertruck design. The Cyberquad for kids is a four-wheel ATV that features a full steel frame, cushioned seat, and adjustable suspension with rear disk braking and LED light bars. The company said the Cyberquad has not yet shipped and that there is no guarantee it will be shipping prior to the holidays.
The Tesla Cyberquad is priced at $1,900 and is designed for kids that are aged 8 and above. The maximum weight limit of the toy is 150 pounds. The company said the Cyberquad is powered by a lithium-ion battery with up to 15 miles of range and a configurable top speed of 10 mph. The ATV’s speed can be adjusted via three major settings including 5 mph, 10 mph, and 5 mph for reverse runs.
Orders for the Cyberquad are now open and shipping will only be directed to the 48 states of the continental United States, as Tesla confirmed the products cannot be shipped to Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Tesla Cyberquad for Kids: Fueling all Shades of Adventure
The entire design of the Cyberquad for kids is all aimed at fueling a series of fun adventures for children whose parents are able to afford the luxurious ATV. While the vehicle can be deemed as high-performing for kids, its performance is nothing to a real full-size ATV.
The Cyberquad does not come fully assembled, creating an extra fun activity for kids. The pack comes with an assembly manual that can be followed as a guide for adding up the 18 different parts included in the box. The kit includes the Allen wrench, but otherwise, your own wrenches are required in the final assembly.
As Tesla made the announcement, the company’s Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen shared a video on Twitter riding the Cyberquad for Kids with his kids.
— Franz von Holzhausen (@woodhaus2) December 2, 2021
While the Cyberquad for kids can run for 15 miles on a fully charged battery, the battery range can vary by user’s weight, riding terrain, and speed. For a battery that has been completely drained, the ATV is designed to be plugged in for about 5 hours before it can reach full charge. Upon purchase, the new product can be returned within 14 days of purchase, provided the delivery box has not been opened.
Tesla stock is up 0.25% in the Pre-Market to $1,097.78 per share following the Cyberquad for kids announcement.