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Tesla Offers a Cyberquad Electric ATV for Kids

The Tesla Cyberquad for Kids prices at $1,900.

The Tesla Cyberquad for Kids prices at $1,900. (Tesla/)

Tesla now offers an electric Cyberquad ATV for kids, made by Radio Flyer, pricing at $1,900. While the MSRP seems somewhat steep considering other electric ATVs targeting the 8-plus age range go for a lot less, there are some standout features apart from the brand names on the box.

To start, it utilizes a 36V 288Wh lithium-ion battery and 35V 500W brushed permanent magnet DC motor capable of reaching up to 10 mph. Parents will get to choose between a 5 mph top speed or a 10, and reverse is also available in the 5 mph setting. The battery will run up to 15 miles, which Tesla estimates is about an hour in the saddle. This is dependent on the rider’s weight, the terrain, and the speed, however. If junior aims to rip, then these figures will be reduced.

The battery is removable and can be charged using a standard household outlet, and a completely depleted battery will take up to five hours to return to a full charge.

The Cyberquad has a number of notable design elements inspired by the forthcoming Cybertruck.

The Cyberquad has a number of notable design elements inspired by the forthcoming Cybertruck. (Tesla/)

Other features to note are the full steel frame, well-cushioned seat, adjustable suspension, rear disc brake, and LED light bars. Assembly is required.

The Cyberquad ATV joins the Model S for Kids and My First Model Y in Radio Flyer’s Tesla lineup. It’s only available in the lower 48 states of the US, and is currently sold out.

Keep an eye on this link to see when more become available, and in the meantime check out the promo video from Radio Flyer below to see the kids Cyberquad in action.

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