the unusual electric quad in a child’s version

To wait before the release of the Cybertruck pickup, Tesla is launching the Cyberquad, but only its version for 8 years and over, but still electric.

The Cybertruck revealed in 2019 is running late, and might not see the light of day before 2023. In the meantime, Tesla is having a hard time keeping us going. After the Cyberwhistle whistle, here is the Cyberquad.

A Cyberquad… for children

Finally almost the Cyberquad. The machine, which accompanied the presentation of the electric pickup 2 years ago, is not available either. However, it promised a launch at the end of 2021. Here it is a reduced model, intended for children aged 8 and over, designed by specialist Radio Flyer.

On a steel frame, the 4-wheeler has “adjustable suspensions, rear disc brakes and LED light bar”. The electric motor delivers 500 W peakfor a maximum speed of 16 km/h, clampable to 8 km/h. The battery has a capacity of 288 Wh. Its autonomy would be one hour or 24 kilometersits charge in 5 hours. Although designer Franz von Holzhausen gets on its handlebars in the video, the Cyberquad does not allow weights above 68 kg.

Tesla Cyberquad price is $1,900i.e. 1,680 euros. Restricted to the United States and Canada, it is already sold out after a few hours of sale. You can always fall back on the Tesla Model S for children from Radio Flyer, at 499 dollars, or the micro version of the Model Y for children under 4 years old.

And a Tesla electric motorcycle?

Between the quad, the sedan, the SUV, the Semi electric truck and the pick-up, Tesla seems to want to touch all vehicles heavily motorized. However, a link is missing, the motorcycle.

Precisely, during the confirmation of the Cyberquad in 2019, Elon Musk had mentioned the two wheels. An electric trial bike would also be nice » told the boss of the brand on Twitter.

“We will not no road bike, because too dangerous » stated Musk, “I was hit by a truck and nearly died when I was 17”. This unique experience, serious as it was, got the better of Tesla’s strategy. Farewell Cyberbike?

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