Tesla Announces (And Sells Out) Kids Cyberquad Just In Time For Xmas
The American automaker has always had its finger on the pulse of what would sell like hot cakes amongst its base. And this kids Cyberquad is just yet another example.
Tesla just won Christmas © Credit to Tesla
Hot Wheels, flamethrowers and now ATVs, is there anything Elon won’t do?
In case you haven’t heard, Christmas shoppers were worked into a frenzy yesterday after Tesla revealed its ‘Cyberquad for Kids’ — an ATV that looks a lot like the companies upcoming Cybertruck (which is obviously by design).
Just looking at this thing tells us that it’s built different compared to other miniature rides intended for kids. So it’s no wonder it sold out within hours of going live.
— Franz von Holzhausen (@woodhaus2) December 2, 2021
In terms of features/how it performs, the product description states: “the four-wheel ATV features a full steel frame, cushioned seat and adjustable suspension with rear disk braking and LED light bars. Powered by a lithium-ion battery with up to 15 miles of range and a configurable top speed of 10 mph.”
Tesla had sold this pint size Cyberquad for $1,900, which is around the same price as various other small-scale ATVs currently in the market.
What’s more, the American automaker hopes to ship the tectonic-like ATV within the next 2-4 weeks, ensuring that all Tesla-loving households are covered this Xmas.
Tesla has sold Cyberquad products in the past alongside the remote control Cyberquad released by Hot Wheels. Whether or not a full size Cyberquad comes out is still up in the air.
Perhaps, they’re testing the waters with this kids version first? Wishful thinking on our part probably but a man can dream, can’t he? Leave us a comment below, and tell us if you were one of the lucky ones to pre order one of these ATVs.