American automaker Tesla introduced its Cyberquad for Kids on Thursday, an angular electric all-terrain vehicle inspired by the company’s Cybertruck concept. The ATV costs $1,900, a fraction of the next-cheapest Tesla you can buy online. Tesla usually announces new vehicles with great fanfare, but with the new Cyberquad for Kids, the company quietly released the $1,900 four-wheel ATV for kids. Rather than hold a big event, the company simply posted the cyberquad online for sale.
Although the electric off-road vehicle was announced quietly, the company’s kid-friendly ATV is already sold out, so there was definitely a high demand.
According to Tesla, the new four-wheel ATV has a steel frame, a cushioned seat, adjustable suspension, and rear disk braking with LED light bars, inspired by its iconic Cybertruck design.”
This ATV comes in a smaller size, as implied by its name. While Tesla claims it’s suitable for everyone ages eight and older, the Cyberquad for Kids is only capable of holding 150 lbs (68 kg), so adults may find it too small. For those who meet the qualifications, Tesla says you can expect a range of up to 15 miles (24 km) and a top speed of 10mph (16 km/h), although this can optionally be limited to 5mph (8 km/h). The battery needs about five hours to fully charge, so you may have downtime in between rides.