Tesla launched the sale of Cyberquad for children in Europe

Tesla launched the sale of Cyberquad for children in Europe

Tesla has started selling Cyberquad children’s quad bikes in Europe. Earlier, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission seized a batch of the product in the country and banned its sale.

Tesla launched the Cyberquad for kids in late 2021 in partnership with Radio Flyer. The quad bike is equipped with a small electric motor with a power of 500 W and a battery with a capacity of 288 W/h, capable of developing a maximum speed of 16 km/h with a range of several kilometers.

Tesla sold out the first batch of 5,000 units in the US for $1,900. However, after the actions of the regulator, the second batch never entered the market.

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission launched an investigation following a complaint by a 36-year-old man who was bruised when he fell while riding a kid’s ATV. The regulator explained its decision by saying that the Cyberquad’s “mechanical suspension and maximum tire pressure” did not meet the requirements for a child vehicle.

Tesla launched the Cyberquad in China earlier this year.

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