Tesla Cyberquad for Kids Recalled After an Adult Crashed One – Review Geek
Radio Flyer has recalled the Tesla Cyberquad for Kids it built in partnership with Tesla for failing to meet safety standards. The company will issue full refunds to any buyers. To make matters worse, it looks like this all happened because an adult crashed one.
To be fair, there’s more to the story than that. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the electric toy “fails to comply with the federal mandatory safety standard requirements for youth ATVs, including mechanical suspension and maximum tire pressure.”
Tesla announced a full-size adult Cyberquad during the Cybertruck unveiling, and neither is available to buy. However, in late 2021 the company worked with Radio Flyer to release the Cyberquad for Kids with a $1,900 asking price.
The children’s toy is similar to many other replicas toy vehicles sold by Radio Flyer, with styles including Jeep, a Tesla Model Y, and more. However, the Cyberquad for Kids goes 15 miles on a charge and reaches speeds of 10MPH thanks to a 500-watt electric motor and 288 Wh battery pack.
The Cyberquad for Kids is meant for single…
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