Tesla Just Released a Kid-Friendly Version of the Cyberquad ATV

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A Model S appearing in every other driveway down your street is not a mere coincidence — Tesla has been the talk of the neighborhood for years now. Of all the zany, high-end gadgets that Elon Musk has managed to pump out as he sits at the helm of the now-Austin-based manufacturer, their latest development is debatably the most intriguing to date. Introducing the Cyberquad for Kids, a scaled-down version of the brand’s forthcoming Cybertruck-inspired ATV suitable for anyone over the age of eight and under 150 pounds.

Weighing in at a mere 122 pounds, the sleek ATV surely sheds a few pounds off of the full-size Cyberquad. With a full-steel frame and LED light bars, its design certainly steals the show, but children and adults alike will be in awe when realizing the power that the Cybertruck’s younger spawn has to offer. Most impressively, the Cyberquad for Kids is capable of lasting up to 15 miles with a top speed of 10mph, all while running on a lithium-ion battery. Above all else, its performance aspects are bolstered by adjusted suspension and rear disk braking, assuring that this undeniably cool toy works as well as it’ll look in your front yard.

Of course, this glossy piece of new Tesla equipment sold out in a heartbeat and did not come cheap, either. Nevertheless, it may have just been worth the $1,900 they were charging.

Purchase: $1,900

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