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Review – Tesla Cyberquad (2024), this ‘Cybertruck’ is already on sale in the Netherlands

January 30, 2024

Tesla gives gas

Tesla is doing well. The brand already produces nearly two million electric cars on an annual basis. But Tesla has an even bigger goal: to produce five million vehicles every year. To achieve that, the brand is coming out with a model below the Tesla Model 3, among others. This model – we’ll call it Model 2 for now – is expected to cost between 25,000 and 30,000 euros. Tesla also promises good range, but did not share any other details. In any case, we are extremely curious, also because an even cheaper Tesla is likely to score incredibly in the Dutch market. Because Tesla is doing so well, the brand also has money left over to invest in fun “side projects,” such as this Tesla Cyberquad. We drive it first in the Netherlands.

Tesla Cyberquad for Kids

The Tesla Cyberquad for Kids is inspired by the controversial Cybertruck, a giant electric pickup truck that you can currently only buy in the United States and Canada. The model’s order book is also so well filled that the Tesla Cybertruck is not coming to Europe for now. This Tesla Cyberquad does go on sale in the Netherlands. In fact, it is the cheapest Tesla in the Netherlands. You can already order it through Tesla’s official webshop for 1,990 euros. You will then get it sent to your home via a package from DHL.

Specifications Tesla Cyberquad

OK, just a few specs of the Tesla Cyberquad. The vehicle has an all-steel frame and uses a 24V/188 Wh lithium-ion battery. Charging the battery takes up to 5 hours. The electric motor has an output of 350 watts. The Cyberquad has two modes. In mode 1, the model reaches a top speed of 6 km/h, while in mode 2 it reaches as much as 13 km/h. So you can control how fast the Tesla Cyberquad drives. The maximum driving range comes out to 19 kilometers, but this is highly dependent on the weight of the driver and the type of surface.

Tesla Cyberquad


The vehicle is 116 cm long, 64 cm wide and 70 cm high. With a little trial and error, it also fits in the back of a Tesla Model X. The weight of this Tesla – including battery – is 55 kilograms. You get a 1-year warranty on the Cyberquad. This Tesla has an all-steel frame, padded seat, rear suspension with disc brakes and cool LED light bars that you can also find in similar form on the Cybertruck. According to Tesla, the Cyberquad for Kids is suitable for children ages 8 to 12.

How does a Tesla Cyberquad drive?

Well, how does a Tesla Cyberquad drive? It is not very fast, but striking is the good build quality of the device. All the welds look good and the steering wheel also fits well in the hand. The throttle is on the right side of the handlebars. A speedometer the Cyberquad does not have. This quad has to make the most of its design. It is a Cybertruck in miniature. A nice gadget, but not cheap. In fact, there are electric quads for sale that go faster and cost less. So you really have to fall especially for the design and – much more importantly – want to pull out your wallet for this “cheapest” Tesla in the Netherlands. In any case, the device is fun.

Tesla Cyberquad in a nutshell