Remember when you were a kid and you’d go to the toy store and you’d see those battery powered toy cars that you could ride? If you thought that was cool, then this might be even cooler because Tesla has unveiled the Cyberquad ATV, an electric toy car designed for kids (sorry grown ups).

As you can see in the photo, the Cyberquad has clearly been inspired by Tesla’s Cybertruck, except it is now an ATV and has been designed for kids to ride. The Cyberquad has a range of 15 miles on a full charge and tops out at 10mph, which isn’t exactly blazing fast, but that’s a good thing for parents who might be concerned that it might be too fast to be safe.

It has been designed for kids aged 8 and up and supports weights of up to 150lbs. It will be rechargeable and will take about 5 hours to fully recharge, but don’t expect to be able to charge it using Tesla’s Supercharger network. That being said, the Cyberquad does not come cheap. It is priced at $1,900, making it a pretty expensive toy for your kid, but if you can afford it, why not?

If you’re interested in getting your hands on it, then head on over to Tesla’s website for the details. It is unclear when it is expected to start shipping yet.

Filed in Transportation. Read more about and . Source: techcrunch

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