Remember when Elon Musk promised a Tesla ATV called Cyberquad? Well, the actual Cyberquad isn’t quite here, but Tesla quietly launched something similar: the Cyberquad for Kids (yes, that’s the official name).
The small, four-wheel ATV has a lithium-ion battery that gives it 15 miles of range and a top speed of 10 mph. It has a full steel frame, cushioned seat, adjustable suspension, rear disc brakes, and LED light bars on the front.
If this is similar to what the grown-up version will look like, we’re not complaining.
Visually, the Cyberquad for Kids looks pretty cool, and is probably a good indication of what the Cyberquad for grown-ups is going to look like when it finally launches (presumably alongside the upcoming Cybertruck). Tesla says it’s suitable for kids age 8 and up, with the maximum weight capacity being 150 lbs.
Top speed is 10 mph, but it can be limited to 5 mph as well. Top reverse speed is 5 mph.
The price for the small Cyberquad is $1,900; you can purchase it now, and it will begin shipping in 2-4 weeks. Unfortunately, Tesla says it cannot guarantee shipping prior to the holidays.