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When Tesla rolled out its Cyberquad alongside the grand reveal of its Cybertruck, the small electric four-wheeler somehow seemed almost more far-fetched

Tesla will bring the awesome looking electric ATV to market, there’s a kids’ version that has already hit the ground

There are two speed settings, one for 5 mph (8 km/h) and one for 10 mph (16 km/h).

It uses a lithium-ion battery, unlike almost all children’s ride-on electric toys that use lead acid batteries.

There’s a single disc brake on the solid rear axle which brings the quad to a quick stop.

There’s nothing like feeling of achieving that perfect fit of a mini Cyberquad in a mini electric truck.

The only downside is it also comes with a Tesla price. You’ll want to sit down for this: It’s priced at $1,900.

The fact that this “kids toy” can pull an adult through grass and dirt (and up a big ramp) is pretty impressive.

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