Tesla’s United States website has listed a kid-sized Cybertruck for US$1500 (A$2200).

    According to the specifications on the website, the mini Cybertruck is a rear-wheel drive car and offers electric braking and LED headlights and tail lights.

    It’s powered by a 22V lithium-ion battery and a 500W electric motor. It has 19km of range and has a top speed of 16km/h.

    It has a high (16km/h) and low (8km/h) switch. It can seat up to two children and Tesla says it’s suitable for drivers between six and 12 years old.

    The mini Cybertruck is currently out of stock but the company says on its website it expects to begin deliveries in December 2023, however it doesn’t guarantee arrival before Christmas.

    If you want one for your desk, Tesla also sells a 1:18 scale diecast Cybertruck for US$225 (A$340). You can open all the doors and the tailgate, too. It also has a magnetic retractable tub cover.

    Tesla revealed its production-ready Cybertruck earlier this week.

    The company has detailed three variants of the Cybertruck at this stage. A dual-motor All-Wheel Drive variant starts at US$79,990 (A$121,000), and the so-called tri-motor Cyberbeast variant costs US$99,990 (A$151,000).

    There is an entry-level single-motor Rear-Wheel Drive variant set to follow in 2025, which is priced from US$60,990 (A$92,000).

    The flagship Tesla Cybertruck Cyberbeast tri-motor variant has a system output of 630kW of power and 13,959Nm of torque. The latter is likely a wheel torque figure, and not motor torque.

    The mid-range Cybertruck All-Wheel Drive is powered by a dual-motor setup producing system outputs of 447kW and 10,080Nm. The latter is yet again expected to be a wheel torque figure and not motor torque.

    Tesla hasn’t detailed the entry-level Cybertruck Rear-Wheel Drive at this stage, though it will be able to do the 0-100km/h sprint in 6.7 seconds and have a top speed of 180km/h.

    The Tesla Cybertruck can be ordered again in North America, but this function isn’t available on the Tesla Australia site. It only displays a ‘Get Updates’ button.

    It’s still unclear if the Tesla Cybertruck is going to be offered outside North America.

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    Jade Credentino

    Jade Credentino is an automotive journalist currently based in Melbourne, Australia. Jade has had a chance to review a variety of vehicles and particularly enjoys SUVs. She enjoys traveling and going on road trips exploring Australia.

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