The Cyberquad ATV For Kids: Tesla Unveils

When you were younger, did you go to the toy store and see those battery-powered vehicles that you could ride? If you loved riding on those battery-operated toys as a kid, this may be even more exciting since Tesla has unveiled the Cyberquad ATV, an electric toy vehicle built for youngsters (sorry adults).

The Cyberquad is an all-electric quad bike that was designed with safety in mind. It has a top speed of about 12 mph and a range of about 15 miles on a single charge.

The Cyberquad is a crossover vehicle that was designed to look like Tesla’s Cybertruck, but it’s now an ATV and intended for kids to ride.

On a full charge, the Cyberquad has a driving range of 15 miles and a maximum speed of 10 mph, which isn’t particularly fast, but it’s good news for parents who might be concerned that it would be too speedy.

The Cyberquad is controlled using a Bluetooth-enabled phone or tablet, and it can be ridden by children as young as three years old. It’s available for pre-order now with shipping expected in the spring of 2020.

The Cyberquad is a 3D-printed drone that weights 145g and has a wingspan of 92cm. It can bear up to 150 pounds in weight and has been created for children aged 8 and up. It will be rechargeable, but don’t expect to be able to charge it using Tesla’s Supercharger network.

The Cyberquad isn’t cheap, however. It costs $1,900, making it an expensive toy for your child but one worth considering if you can afford it.

Visit Tesla’s website to learn more about it. It is not known when it will go on sale, but it will arrive eventually.