Modeled after the Tesla Cybertruck, Tesla announced an electric ATV for children, Cyberquad for Kids, on Thursday as a potential gift for the holidays.

Priced at $1,900, “the four-wheel ATV features a full steel frame, cushioned seat, and adjustable suspension with rear disk braking and LED light bars. Powered by a lithium-ion battery with up to 15 miles of range and a configurable top speed of 10 mph.”

The electric ATV for kids is currently only shipping in the U.S. According to Tesla, the product is intended for children 8 years old and over. Cyberquad for Kids also has a range of 15 miles and takes around 5 hours to charge.

Tesla does not list a battery range for the product, saying instead that the Cyberquad would depend on the terrain, weight of the passenger, and speed of the vehicle at the time of use.

It should be noted that Tesla’s vehicles ranked low in reliability in a recent 2021 Consumer Report Reliability Survey. Overall, Tesla ranked 27 out of 28 among all auto brands surveyed.

The automaker focuses on electric vehicles (EVs) and sits at the forefront of that market. Still, many reported body hardware problems with many of the vehicles that tanked their reliability ratings.

Jake Fisher, senior director of auto testing at Consumer Reports, attributed Tesla’s low ranking to the EV maker’s constant switching of the suppliers they use and the components that make up the vehicle.

Tesla "will switch major components, suppliers or sensors, and other units [often]. The more you change, the greater the chances you’re going to have some problems,” Fisher said to CNBC.

EVs ranked low in reliability for the survey overall, with Fisher attributing it to how automakers implement the technology. He did admit there is no reason that these cars should not be as reliable as any other type of vehicle. However, it is not yet known if there are any such problems with the Cyberquad.