Tesla Makes Baby Cybertrucks for Your Little Doomsday Prep

Tesla Makes Baby Cybertrucks for Your Little Doomsday Prep

Is your little one frustrated because they can’t get theirs? isn’t it, $100,000, Cybertruck? Well, never fear. Tesla launched the Cybertruck for kids on Thursday, shortly after launching the adult version. Your dystopian, conspiracy-fueled, Elon Musk-loving kid will love his little Cybertruck.

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For just $1,500, you can take one of these bad boys home; that’s 18,000 Dogecoin if you ignore the Federal Reserve. The Cybertruck for kids can accommodate children up to 150 pounds and can drive 12 miles on a charge at speeds of up to 10 mph. It’s unclear whether the kids will face a legal fine of $50,000 if they resell their mini Cybertruck. Elon Musk threatens adult Cybertruck owners. The Cybertruck for Kids was launched shortly after Tesla’s first adult models were delivered, and is aimed at fans of Elon Musk between the ages of 6 and 12.

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If your little dissident doesn’t like his Cybertruck, Tesla won’t give your kid a full refund — there’s a 20% restocking fee. But your child will understand, they love Elon! They know that the owner of He needs the money for Mars.

It’s unclear if the Cybertruck for Kids has a bulletproof body, but it has LED headlights and taillights, as well as a 500-watt motor. Tesla does not recommend that your child throw a steel ball through the window of your Cybertruck, as an adult and Tesla lead designer Franz von Holzhausen did in 2019. A harmless bouncy ball is more fun option to throw your Cybertruck, like Halzhausen at Tesla’s delivery event on Thursday for some reason.

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The vehicles are now on sale, so you must join the waiting list. However, the Cybertruck for Kids will ship in December 2023, earlier than any actual Cybertruck models. The $1,500 price tag may seem high for a gift for kids (Nerf football: $12), but Tesla has no qualms about lowering the price. Consider the real Cybertruck, which was advertised to cost $39,900 in 2019, but now actually costs $61,000 for the base model.

The little Cybertruck fits an 8-year-old anarchist and his only freedom of expression perfect friend. If your kids hate advertisers like Elon Musk, that’s fine because there’s no radio in Cybertruck for Kids. This holiday season, your child can drive around your suburban neighborhood in a small Cybertruck yelling, “Fuck yourself, Bob Iger!”, just like his idol, Elon Musk.

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