Quick Look at the Tesla Cyberquad Electric ATV Prototype

Tesla’s Cyberquad electric ATV prototype had its first public outing this week since the unveiling last year and here we bring you a closer look with a gallery of pictures.
Quick look at the prototype Tesla Cyberquad electric ATV
Tesla CEO Elon Musk had a little ‘one more thing’ moment on stage that ignite curiosity once Tesla revealed the Cybertruck last year, when they brought the Tesla Cyberquad, an electric ATV, to demonstrate the loading potential of the Cybertruck board.
It was not clear at the time whether Tesla intended to make the electric ATV available, but Musk later stated it would be a choice for buyers of Cybertruck.
Quick look at the prototype Tesla Cyberquad electric ATV
Since the launch, the automaker has not commented on Cyberquad, but this week, since Tesla brought the concept electric ATV to its Shareholders Meeting and Battery Day event, the new vehicle program received a sign of life.
With what appears to be a Zero Motorcycle electric motor, Tesla used a Yamaha Raptor ATV and converted it to electric. The vehicle’s production version should be different and include more Tesla-developed technology from the ground up.
Quick look at the prototype Tesla Cyberquad electric ATV
Tesla has not yet released any Cyberquad specs, but Rich Rebuilds, who designed his own version of the electric ATV with the same powertrain, managed to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.9 seconds and reach a top speed of 102.5 mph.
It’s probably had a lot more strength than an ATV should be capable of.
Quick look at the prototype Tesla Cyberquad electric ATV
The Cyberquad is a whole new vehicle segment for Tesla, as we have previously mentioned, and it has some consequences for Tesla expanding its portfolio of smaller personal EVs or off-road vehicles.
In late 2021, Tesla said the Cyberquad will be open to Cybertruck customers. There has been no price reported.

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