The Tesla store in Europe has a new item: the Cyberquad kid’s vehicle. While the Cyberquad was previously released in the US, this appears to be a newly designed unit. Along with the Cyberquad, Tesla has also released a new Cyberquad Dust Cover.
In late 2021 the Cyberquad was launched in the US, and immediately sold out. However, a little less than a year later, the youth vehicle was recalled, and essentially killed. According to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, the vehicle failed to meet the safety standards of youth ATVs. Specifically, the Cyberquad violated maximum tire pressure and mechanical suspension requirements.
To comply with the recall, owners could get a full refund after “removing the product’s motor controller and sending the controller back to Radio Flyer via a prepaid envelope.”
Now The Cyberquad has launched in Europe, however this latest version does not appear to be just a re-jig of the original Model #914 but looks like a new model entirely, #915AE, according to @TeslaShopBot.
The #915AE is on sale for €1,990 and is recommended for use by kids between the ages of eight and twelve. The vehicle is rated for children up to 150 pounds and includes a 24-volt, 188Wh lithium-ion battery. The battery offers up to 19 kilometres of range and the Cyberquad can reach speeds up to 13 km/h.
For times when the Cyberquad is not in use, Tesla has also released a new Dust Cover, priced just €89, which includes a carry bag.
Unfortunately Tesla has not announced if the Cyberquad for kids will come to Canada.
There has also been little news about the adult version of the Cyberquad ATV, which recently got a new trademark in the United States. Previously, Elon Musk noted the Cyberquad ATV would be available as an add-on for the Cybertruck, but we have not heard much since the announcement.