- The whistle for 50 dollars in the form of the Cybertruck has long been sold out
- Picture gallery: Tesla Cyberwhistle
- Picture gallery: Tesla Cyberquad for Kids
The whistle for 50 dollars in the form of the Cybertruck has long been sold out
In Tesla's German online shop there are rather boring fan articles such as t-shirts and accessories such as floor mats or roof racks to buy. But the US equivalent is making headlines right now.
So yesterday there was a whistle in the shape of a Tesla Cybertruck to buy – for the proud price of 50 dollars. But only for a short time, because barely two hours after Elon Musk had sent the news out into the world on Twitter, the thing was already sold out. The Cyberwhistle is still in the US online shop included, but marked Out of Stock.
Picture gallery: Tesla Cyberwhistle
In his tweet from the early morning of yesterday Wednesday, Elon Musk had alluded to the polishing cloth that Apple had offered for $ 19. This should bring the various Apple devices to a shine: "Don't waste your money on this silly Apple cloth, buy our pipe," wrote Musk:
If the Cyberwhistle was something for kids (or for those who prefer it more subtle: for die-hard fans), then this is it Cyberquad for kids designed for real kids.
The purely electrically powered mini-ATV looks like a scaled-down replica of the "normal" Cyberquad, which was shown at the premiere of the Cybertruck in November 2019, and which is to be offered as an extra or accessory to the electric pick-up.
The Cyberquad for Kids costs 1,900 dollars and has a steel frame, adjustable suspension, rear disc brakes, LED lights and a padded seat. The thing is supposed to go up to 10 mph (16 km / h), careful Parents can also limit the top speed to 5 mph (8 km / h). The range is specified with 15 miles (24 km), the charging time with up to 5 hours.
Picture gallery: Tesla Cyberquad for Kids
Dimensions and weight cannot be taken directly from the online shop, but the packaging measures 1.19 by 66 by 69 centimeters and the package weighs 55 kilos. After unpacking the vehicle, it must first be assembled. the instructions show at least 18 different parts.
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