Cyberquad: Tesla presents an electric quad bike with a 10 mph top speed
Tesla has unveiled the Cyberquad, having recently sold out of the Cyberwhistle. The electric quad bike retails for US$1,900 and can already be ordered in the US, provided that you want to spend that much money on a novelty. According to Tesla, it will begin shipping the Cyberquad within two to four weeks, potentially in time for Christmas.
Unfortunately, Tesla has not confirmed if it will sell the Cyberquad in other markets. Inescapably, Tesla has based the Cyberquad on the Cybertruck, which the company is yet to ship. Hence, the Cyberquad has a steel body, sharp edges and Tesla's light strips for brake lights and headlights.
Tesla claims that the Cyberquad has adjustable suspension too, along with rear disc brakes and a cushioned seat. Supposedly, the quad bike has a 15-mile range and a configurable speed up to 10 mph. The Cyberquad has three speed settings: 5 mph, 10 mph and reverse, which is also capped at 5 mph.
Presumably, the range will drop below 15 miles if you configure the Cyberquad to its peak speed, though. The Cyberquad is suitable for people aged over 8 years old. While Tesla states in its FAQ that it only intends children to ride the Cyberquad, the quad bike can support someone weighing 150 lbs (~68 kg).