Tesla is set to launch an electric quad bike in China for kids aged between 8 to 12. The vehicle is priced at $1670 (11,990 Yuan) and comes with a range of 13 km in one full charge, with a top speed of 8 kmph. The introduction of the ‘Cyberquad’ will happen this Friday, that is, today at 10:00 am.
The electric quad bike was inspired by Tesla’s famous Cybertruck and comes with a battery life of 1.5 hours. The maximum recommended weight for riders is 50 kilograms or 110 lbs.
Bloomberg.com writes –
“The Cyberquad has a range of 13 kilometers (8 miles) and battery life of 1.5 hours. Its top speed is only 8 kilometers an hour. Sales will begin at 10 am, Tesla said in a post on its website.”
Tesla’s Cyberquad was initially released as a concept in 2019 and was available for purchase in other countries. However, the Chinese market is quite significant for Tesla, as it is the largest market for electric vehicles on the global stage, with a lot of potential consumers.
Although the headquarters of Tesla is in Austin, Texas, it still operates a massive tech factory in Shanghai, China, which is responsible for more than 50% of Tesla’s vehicle production throughout the world.
Tesla’s Cybertruck is still one of the most anticipated vehicles for more than four years since it was introduced in 2019. Despite many production dates, the company still did not begin manufacturing the truck. However, recently, Tesla’s owner Elon Musk announced that the production of Cybertruck will begin in September 2023. Some prototypes of the Cybertruck were observed in a real-world setting in many places.
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