Thursday, January 27, 2022

Tesla unveils the Cyberquad, an electric car exclusively for children

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Production of Tesla’s Cybertruck has been delayed until 2022, resulting in a longer wait time for customers who have already booked it. But in the meantime, the company has brought out the Cyberwhistle, a whistle that is inspired by the Cybertruck.

Now, Tesla has released the Cyberquad, an ATV made exclusively for kids. The ‘stroller’ utilizes lithium-ion batteries to start the engine, the maximum speed that the vehicle can reach is 16KM/hr and it can travel up to 24KM.

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Like the Cybertruck and whistle, the Cyberquad for kids is made of steel. It has a padded seat, LED lights, disc brakes, and adjustable suspension. The minimum age to drive the quad is 8 years old.

It supports up to 64 kilos of weight, so up to two children can sit on it at the same time.


Tesla will begin shipping it in the next two weeks with the exception of Alaska and Hawaii. The current price is 1,900 USD (1,42,958 INR) or 40,617 Mexican pesos approximately.

Elon Musk had long promised the quad for this product, and he is delivering on his promise just in time for Christmas. Although, the company does not guarantee that it arrives before the holidays.

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