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Finally, you can cop a Tesla Cyberquad... for your kids

This pint-sized Cyberquad might not be the four-wheeler we asked for, but it's a start.

If you’ve been dying to zoom around on Tesla’s Cyberquad, an ATV companion to its anticipated Cybertruck, you can finally fulfill your dreams — that is, if you’re above the age of eight and weigh less than 150 lbs.

In a fairly quiet announcement this week, Tesla unveiled a miniature Cyberquad for kids that comes with an entirely steel frame, a lithium ion battery with 15 miles of range, and a top speed of 10 mph.

Speeds are also configurable with a low setting that tops out at 5 mph and a maximum reverse speed of the same limit. Charging takes a brisk five hours to get fully topped up from zero.

One thing that isn’t small about Tesla’s kid-friendly Cyberquad is the price tag. If you’re looking to elate a tiny Tesla fan this holiday season you’ll have to drop a hefty sum of...

$1,900

Nearly 2K for a kids' toy.

If you’re dying to get your hands on a Cyberquad for kids, you can order one now exclusively through Tesla’s store with the target shipping date of two to four weeks. It’s worth noting that Tesla is not guaranteeing ATVs will ship for the holidays.