Tesla Cyberquad for kids
Tesla Cyberquad

Inspired by Tesla's iconic Cybertruck, Cyberquad for Kids costs $1,900. This four-wheeled ATV holds up to 150 pounds and tops out at 10mph. Its range is 15 miles on a single charge. Currently, the vehicle is only available for purchase in the US. It will begin shipping within two to four weeks.

Children age eight and older can enjoy a high-performance electric ATV with faster speed, better handling, and longer battery life.

Radio Flyer created the Cyberquad kids' battery-powered car, designed to be plugged into a household power outlet. Fully charging the battery takes five hours, according to the company.

According to Tesla, it will take 5 hours to fully charge kids ATVs, and battery range is affected by user weight, terrain, and set speed. Tesla introduced the Cybertruck prototype in 2019 with a butterfly steering wheel. In early 2022, Musk will provide an update on Tesla's product roadmap for the Cybertruck.

It looks like a smaller version of the large Cyberquad ATV that Tesla announced two years ago.

Both the Cybertruck and Cyberquad are still awaiting shipment to customers. Cybertruck production will be the focus of Musk's next quarterly earnings call, he promised in a tweet this week.

A promotional video of the new Tesla product was tweeted by Tesla's design chief, Franz von Holzhausen.

Cyberquad for Kids

Tesla released its Cyberquad for Kids mini quad bike during Cyber Week in early December 2021. The scaled-down quad was announced as limited to a top speed of 10 mph (16 km/h). The passenger weight is limited to 150 pounds (68 kg) and the price is $1,900. 

Purchase of the product was only available to those who had already purchased or booked a Tesla car, and the initial release sold out on the first day before being reopened. The Cyberquad for Kids was the third Tesla product released by Radio Flyer for Tesla. 

The battery runs at 36 volts and has an electrical capacity of 0.288 kilowatt-hours (288Wh). A single charge allows for a range of up to 15 miles (24 km) or about one hour of operation.

These four-wheel ATVs have a full steel frame, adjustable suspension with rear disk braking and LED light bars. Kids 8-years old and up can get 15 miles of range and 10 mph speed with Cyberquad electric bike.

The Cybertruck that inspired it is scheduled to be released at the end of 2022. As of now, it is unclear if the Cyberquad will come with the all-electric pickup. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has in the past hinted it will arrive with the all-electric pickup.