Tesla’s latest electric vehicle is just for kids! Children’s news article
Elon Musk teased fans with the Tesla Cybertruck – the company’s first all-electric truck – and so does futuristic Tesla Cyberquad All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) since 2019. However, the car maker has not yet started production on either model. Instead, the company caught up by announcing the release of the all-electric Cyberquad for kids on December 1, 2021.
The elegant vehicle — a collaboration between the Tesla Design Studio and Radio Flyer — is identical to the concept Cyberquad MTB Musk present in 2019. It features a full steel frame, padded seats and LEDs light bars. A powerful lithium-ion battery lets young riders ride 15 miles on a single charge! Best of all, the ATV can be recharged in just five hours, ensuring minimal downtime between trips.
The vehicle’s adjustable speed setting allows parents to set a maximum five mph or ten mph speed limit. The cyclist can control the pace with a thumb Throttle Lever and use the handbrake to abruptly stop the ATV in the event of the emergencies. The best part? Cyberquad for Kids can support up to 150 pounds of rider weight, which means even adults can join in the fun!
Sadly, those hoping to add mountain biking to their Christmas wish list will have a disappointment. Despite a heavy Priced at $1,900, Cyberquad for Kids sold out within hours of going on sale on the company’s website. Hope the MTB demand to encourage Tesla will soon be making more units available. Meanwhile, the kids Crouch hoping a Tesla will have to settle for the child version of the Model S sedan, available for the modest sum of $499!
Resources: Tesla.com, Radioflyer.com, Forbes.com