Tesla rekindles Cyberquad nearly 4 years after project's appearance
At the first announcement of the Tesla Cybertruck, CEO Elon Musk also unveiled the Cyberquad — an ATV with the same dangerously-geometric design. At the time, the Cyberquad was merely used to demonstrate the loading capacity of the Cybertruck, but it was later revealed that the electric ATV would be made available as an option for Cybertruck buyers.
As the Cybertruck has gone through the development process, the list of delays has gotten longer and longer, and it almost seemed as if Tesla had forgotten about its mini odd-roader. It seems not, though, according to a trademark application spotted by Electrek. Tesla had previously trademarked the branding, but the trademark had since lapsed. Tesla taking the time to re-acquire the trademark indicates that it still has intentions of producing the electric quad bike.
The Cyberquad seems to be about the closest thing to an e-bike as Tesla will produce, at least while Elon Musk is the company's CEO. He has previously expressed that the brand will not look into making an e-bike because motorcycles are simply too dangerous. Given that the Cybertruck is set to enter production later this year, a simultaneous launch for the Cyberquad seems unlikely, but, if the version shown on-stage was more mature than it seemed, it's not outside the realm of possibility.
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