Are you going to buy the Cyberquad ATV? [Poll]

Are you going to buy the Cyberquad ATV?

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EVCanuck

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Personally not a big fun of ATVs, mostly due to safety concerns. But interested what other people think.
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Anyone think they might bundle it with CT at a lower price? Like "ATV $10,000 with purchase of CT, $12,500 after"?
 

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It’s a cool looking toy, but I have run out of space and cannot really think of where or how I would use it except as a toy. I have a sad history of buying expensive things and using them a couple of times. The camper or rack I would use a lot.
 


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Unless it goes from sporty to utility, no. I like side-by-sides/UTVs, but would totally rock an EV ATV if it was utility-minded. In fact, once DRR drops the price on the Safari 4x4 I was planning on one of those. $13k is just too expensive considering the Polaris Ranger EV is only $12k.

A utility ATV with racks and a tow ball/pin hitch combo would be perfect. Unfortunately every photo of the cyberquad makes it look like a fun machine and not a work machine.
 

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fkn Daymak. Fun as hell, inexpensive, and horribly built with more QA issues than I've ever seen. Last fall I drove over to Windsor to test drive some of their stuff. The Boomerbeast cracks me up but it bogs down under weight.
 

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Personally not a big fun of ATVs, mostly due to safety concerns. But interested what other people think.
I was pinned by one after it rolled over on me the other riders in the group uprighted it and we carried on; massive bruising I was very lucky
 

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Personally not a big fun of ATVs, mostly due to safety concerns. But interested what other people think.
I'm leaning more towards a pair of electric bikes, either higher powered mountain bikes or electric trials bike. It depends upon what's available when I'm ready to jump in. These will mount in the bed of the Cybertruck. I envision a mounting system that allows the bed cover to be closed.

The safety issue of the electric ATV doesn't bother me at all - it's as safe as you make it while riding it, same as any car, motorcycle or bicycle. I don't like riding bicycles where there is other traffic because that adds elements of danger largely beyond my control but the Tesla ATV is not envisioned as a street-legal vehicle so I just don't see that as a problem. Even so, it's probably safer than a bicycle in traffic due to it's larger size and ability to match traffic speeds, even up hills.
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