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Radio Flyer, Tesla Launch Cyberquad for Kids

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The wagon maker and auto company collaborate once again by introducing an electric ATV for kids.

Radio Flyer and Tesla are reuniting to introduce an electric all-terrain vehicle for kids, the Cyberquad for Kids by Radio Flyer. 

Now available for purchase. 1, the Cyberquad for Kids is an electric ATV that offers faster speed, better handling and a longer run time for kids 8 and up.  

Radio Flyer's product development team collaborated closely with the Tesla Design Studio to create this ATV that features aggressive styling inspired by the Cybertruck. 

"We're excited to continue our partnership with Tesla with our latest creation, the Cyberquad for Kids by Radio Flyer," says Robert Pasin, chief wagon officer, Radio Flyer. "At Radio Flyer, we're committed to creating high-quality, innovative products that can be passed down from generation to generation. Partnering with the most innovative, sustainable auto company in the world both aligns with our brand values and allows us to welcome brand-new fans in Tesla enthusiasts." 

Radio Flyer's Flight Speed Lithium-Ion battery technology provides a lower impact on the environment. A steel frame, pneumatic rubber tires, and rear suspension system offer better off-road performance at a max speed of 10 MPH.  

Drivers have a padded seat for comfort, variable speed throttle in both forward and reverse and LED light bars for the headlight and taillight just like the full-size Cyberquad.  

The Cyberquad for Kids by Radio Flyer is available for purchase beginning Dec. 1 exclusively on the Tesla Shop for $1,900.  

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