Tesla launches all-electric ‘Cyberquad’ bike for kids
Tesla has released a four-wheel ATV (all-terrain vehicle) for youngsters dubbed Cyberquad.
For $1,900, Tesla has released a four-wheel ATV (all-terrain vehicle) for youngsters dubbed Cyberquad. In the United States, the all-electric Cyberquad for youngsters is now available for order on the Tesla website, with delivery estimated in two to four weeks.
“Inspired by our classic Cybertruck design,” Tesla claimed on its website, “the four-wheel ATV boasts a full steel frame, cushioned seat, adjustable suspension, rear disc brakes, and LED light bars. Cyberquad for Kids is ideal for anyone 8 years old and up,” according to the company, and is powered by a lithium-ion battery with a range of up to 15 miles and a programmable top speed of 10 mph.
Tesla surprised the world by announcing a Cyberquad ATV to complement its futuristic Cybertruck more than two years ago. According to Tesla, charging the kid’s ATV can take up to 5 hours, and the battery range is affected by the user’s weight, terrain, and speed setting.
The Cybertruck prototype had a butterfly steering wheel, sometimes known as a “yoke” wheel when it was presented in 2019. Tesla is scheduled to release the Cybertruck by the end of next year, although Musk stated that a product roadmap update will be provided early in 2022.
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