Musk's Cybertruck gets an upgrade, Cyberquad for kids sells out
Speaker 1: This is seen it. And here are the stories that matter right now. Elon Musk revealed plans for a new model of the cyber truck. Even though we are still waiting on an actual cyber truck, the Tesla CEO posted to Twitter saying that the first cyber truck vehicles going into production will have four motors. One for each wheel Musk also tweeted that he would have both front and rear steering. Now previously, a three motor variant was gonna be the top shelf model. The cyber truck unveiled back [00:00:30] in 2019 was supposed to start production by the end of this year and has those new factory in Austin, Texas. But the production was delayed to some time next year in 20 in 22. In the meantime, maybe some kids will be able to write a piece of Cybert truck fun before their parents do. Tesla came out with a battery powered kids version of the quad ATV accessory that was shown off to fit in the bed of the actual Cybert truck. Now this toy version of the [00:01:00] ATV has a top speed of 10 miles per hour, and it costs $1,900. It quickly sold out. In other news. Pixel phone owners have a few new tricks coming to their devices. Google added the ability to quickly access Snapchat from the phones lock screen. It's called quick tap to snap. Use your finger tap on the back of the phone twice and it pulls up Snapchat. Also pixel phones can now be used as a digital car key for BMW cars. [00:01:30] Stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.