Tesla Cyberquad for Kids is Back, But for Europe
Tesla has reintroduced the Cyberquad for Kids, a toy car inspired by the company’s iconic Cybertruck design. The product is priced at €1,990 and is expected to ship within 2-4 weeks for European customers. The Cyberquad for Kids features a full steel frame, cushioned seat, and rear suspension with rear disk braking and LED light bars.
Cyberquad for Kids launched back in December 2021 in the USA, but was recalled 10 months later by maker Radio Flyer, over one reported incident of a kid getting hurt from the toy.
The toy car is powered by a 24V 188Wh lithium-ion battery, providing up to 19 km of range. It is suitable for children aged 8-12 and has a maximum weight capacity of 68 kg. The Cyberquad offers two speed settings: 6 km/h and 13 km/h, along with a reverse speed of 6 km/h. The motor has a power output of 350W.
Additional specifications include a charger with an input of 100-240V AC 50/60Hz and an output of 25.2V DC, 3.0A. The product’s net weight is 48.5 kg, with total product weight coming in at 55 kg. Packaging dimensions are 116 x 64 x 70 cm.
For those interested in accessorizing, Tesla is also offering a Kids Cyberquad Bomber Jacket priced at €95. The Cyberquad for Kids and its associated products are available for purchase on Tesla’s official website.