Tesla announces $1,900 electric quad bike for kids – Ars Technica

The Cyberquad for Kids is a $1,900 electric ATV.
Enlarge / The Cyberquad for Kids is a $1,900 electric ATV.


The entry point for Tesla’s range of electric vehicles just got a lot lower. On Thursday, the American automaker announced the Cyberquad for Kids, an angular electric all-terrain vehicle inspired by the company’s 2019 Cybertruck concept. At $1,900, the ATV costs a tiny fraction of the next-cheapest Tesla you can order online.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen an ATV from Tesla. When CEO Elon Musk debuted the polarizing pickup, he also showed off an ATV to go with it, albeit one that turned out to be a Yamaha Raptor with a powertrain swap. The Cyberquad for Kids is manufactured for the automaker by Radio Flyer.

As the name suggests, this ATV is a bit smaller. Although Tesla says it’s suitable for anyone ages 8 or older, the Cyberquad for Kids can only accommodate riders of up to 150 lbs (68 kg), so adults might find it too diminutive.

For those that fit, Tesla says you can expect up to 15 miles (24 km) of range and a top speed of 10 mph (16 km/h), although it can optionally be limited to 5 mph (8 km/h).

Don’t try connecting the vehicle to a Supercharger, though—the removable 36 V battery pack can only be slow-charged, which takes about five hours when plugged into a wall socket. Tesla says the Cyberquad for Kids will ship in two to four weeks, but the company can’t guarantee delivery before the upcoming holidays.

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