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Tesla Unveils All-Electric Cyberquad For Kids

Tesla is widening its electric-vehicle vision to kids, introducing the $1,900 Cyberquad.

Tesla  (TSLA) - Get Free Report is widening its electric-vehicle vision to kids, introducing the $1,900 Cyberquad.

Designed to look like a mini version of the company's Cybertruck introduced two years ago, the Cyberquad is available for preorder on the Tesla website. 

It launched quietly earlier today, with the Verge being the first to spot it on the Tesla site, and will be shipped to first buyers between two and four weeks from now.

"Inspired by our iconic Cybertruck design, the four-wheel ATV features a full steel frame, cushioned seat and adjustable suspension with rear disk braking and LED light bars," reads the product description.

With a weight limit of 150 pounds, the ATV-style toy car is suitable for kids over age 8.

It comes with three speed settings: 5 mph, 10 mph, and 5 mph in reverse. It takes about five hours to fully charge, compared with at least 12 hours for an average Tesla.

The Cyberquad is also by far the cheapest option for anyone looking to get a Tesla vehicle of any kind — the next option is the Tesla Model 3 starting at $44,990. 

The Cyberquad is, for the time being, available for order only in the U.S.

With pandemic-related shipping delays rocking the retail industry, Tesla makes clear that it cannot guarantee that Cyberquad orders will arrive in time for the holidays. 

The Cybertruck, which inspired the kids' version, has also been delayed to late 2022 or even 2023. Tesla first started taking orders for it in 2019.

At close on Thursday, Tesla stock was down 0.95% at $1,084.60.