Franz von Holzhausen, chief designer of Tesla, tweeted the launch, posting a promotional video of his kids riding ATVs. The video ends with Holzhausen himself trying to get into the children's car.
However, regardless of the video, there is no denying that Cyberquad is really cool looking.
Describing the features, Tesla revealed that the ATV has "an all-steel frame, padded seat and adjustable suspension with rear disc brake and LED strips."
It's also “powered by a lithium-ion battery with a range of up to 15 miles and an adjustable top speed of 10 mph” - a reasonable speed considering the ATV is aimed at kids.
This latest edition of the Tesla collection is reportedly supposed to charge in an average of 5 hours, but that depends on the user's weight, terrain, and the speed settings they are using.
The Cyberquad is known to have been inspired by another Tesla creation, the infamous Cybertruck, a stainless steel electric vehicle that claims to have “better power than a truck but more performance than a sports car.”
Tesla's website claims this development has up to 3,500 pounds of payload, adjustable air suspension.
Cybertruck is scheduled to roll out no earlier than 2022, Cyberquad can be ordered now from Tesla's website along with a collection of cyber-truck-inspired merchandise, including the Cybertruck whistle.