Radio Flyer, Tesla release updated Cyberquad model

Radio Flyer, Tesla release updated Cyberquad model

Following changes to the frame, age grade and added warning labels, the Cyberquad for Kids is now on sale again.

Radio Flyer, the 106-year-old maker of the original “Little Red Wagon,” and Tesla released an updated model of the Cyberquad For Kids by Radio Flyer, Model 915, which is now available for sale on the Tesla Shop. The Model 915 Cyberquad for Kids is an updated version of the Model 914 that sold out within minutes when launched in December 2021, Radio Flyer said. The latest version of this battery-powered ride-on toy includes:

  • Replacement of the rear spring with a steel tube with rubber-coated metal inserts that secures the rear frame to the main frame;
  • An updated age grade of 9-12 years old;
  • A revised warning label applied to the front left fender stating that the product is not for off-road use and is not a youth ATV;
  • A tire inflation warning label applied to the front left fender.

The companies said the Cyberquad for kids features a sturdy steel frame, high-pressure rubber air tires, a 500-watt motor with a max speed of 10 mph and Radio Flyer’s “Flight Speed” lithium-ion battery technology, which provides a long run time and fast recharge time.

The Cyberquad for Kids by Radio Flyer Model 915 is available for purchase now exclusively on the Tesla Shop while supplies last and is listed for $1,900.

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