It has been since 2019 that we first got to see the Tesla Cybertruck and it didn’t look exactly ripe at the time. In the run-up to a production version of the electric pick-up, however, Tesla will not be stopped from setting up one marketing stunt after another. For example, you can already enjoy a mini quad with Cybertruck design.
Tesla for $1,900
Admittedly, the full name of this device is actually “Cyberquad For Kids”. However, according to the description, the thing is suitable for children of 8 years or older, so it all comes down to what you mean by “children”. There is a weight limit of 68 kilograms, so you may only have to pay a small diet for it. Furthermore, the Cyberquad is surprisingly functional: it gets rear disc brakes, a top speed of 16 km/h and a lithium-ion battery that gives it a range of around 15 miles. However, the price tag is worth it: you have to pay $1,900 for it.
If you think that’s a bit too expensive for a premature piece of Cybertruck, you can also just wait and see, because we are sure that plenty of bizarre Tesla toys can appear. Earlier this week, Elon Musk offered the Cyberwhistle, an aluminum whistle in the shape of a Cybertruck, for only $50 each. However, the gem was sold out within two hours.