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This guy bought a wild 6,000W all-wheel-drive standing electric ATV on Alibaba. Here’s what showed up

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For those who haven’t yet had the pleasure (or misfortune) to discover it, I happen to write a weekly column showcasing some of the weirdest and most awesome electric vehicles I can find on the eclectic Chinese shopping site Alibaba. I’ve actually bought some of the weird EVs I’ve found, as have some of my more misguided readers who disregarded my advice not to do something dumb like me and fork over real money for what sometimes looks like imaginary vehicles.

But this time one of my enthusiastic readers has even outdone me, finding something awesomely weird that I haven’t even featured yet, and then taking a several thousand-dollar leap of faith on it. So without any further ado, check out his wild-looking 6,000W standing electric ATV…thing.

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Polaris shows off test vehicles for electric ATVs, RZR side-by-side, and even electric snowmobile

Polaris isn’t simply paying lip service when it talks about the future of electrification in powersports. The Minnesota-based leader in powersports vehicles has already unveiled its first next-gen electric UTV and now has shown off several test vehicles for electric Polaris ATVs, side-by-sides, and snowmobiles.

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Tesla Cyberquad for Kids sells out in less than a day (again) after the electric ATV briefly restocked

Even though you can’t buy an actual Tesla Cyberquad yet, your kids can already get a half-sized version. Or at least they could have if they were quick, since Tesla and Radio Flyer’s co-developed Cyberquad for Kids only briefly returned to being in stock before immediately selling out again.

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Daymak unveils the ‘Beast D’, an updated version of its all-electric two-wheel ATV

daymak beastDaymak unveiled the ‘Beast D’, an updated version of its all-electric two-wheel ATV with now dual motors. The Beast D will complete Daymak’s lineup of two-wheel ATVs as its new top-of-the-line model. The 260 lbs bike, like the rest of Daymak’s lineup, still has a limited range of only ~18 miles, but the new dual motors increase the top speed to 31 mph and it can now climb hills of up to 36 degrees.

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