Improved $1,900 Tesla Cyberquad Reintroduced with Safety Updates

The kids’ version of the Tesla Cyberquad is back on sale, with the new version of the children’s vehicle now meeting all CPSC requirements and ready to begin shipping later this month. According to Radio Flyer, Model 915’s safety updates include “the replacement of the rear spring with a steel tube with rubber-coated metal inserts that secures the rear frame to the main frame,” an updated age range of nine to 12 years old, a tire inflation warning label and another revised warning stating it isn’t an ATV or intended for off-road use. The vehicle still includes a 500-watt motor with a maximum speed of 10 mph, an estimated 15 miles of range, and an LED headlight and taillight mimicking the Cybertruck. The ride-on toy includes a steel frame, high-pressure rubber air tires, and a 36V Radio Flyer battery. Tesla offers the updated Cyberquad for Kids exclusively on its website for $1,900, and orders will begin shipping in late November.