Setting sail in 2017, Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest cruise ship, the Norwegian Joy, will sport a two-level outdoor go kart track, as well as an indoor attraction with bumper cars that hover. Now passengers can get both seasick and carsick at the same time.
While we probably can’t fit on one, this motorized kart looks like a total blast. The tiny vehicle can turn on a dime, drifting and spinning like a bumper cart on crack for up to 40 minutes at speeds up to 12mph. Helmets are a must.
Sony takes Sackboy and pals and drop them into a PS3 Kart racing game, loaded with LBP’s charming style, wit and whimsy. Thought we’re a bit worried that Media Molecule didn’t develop it.
Santa, we’ve been good this year. Now please send us the 25 mph max Garia LSV (Low Speed Vehicle), fitted with street legal safety equipment and double wishbone front suspension. Please?
Undoubtedly a rich man’s go kart, the DP-4 is designed to be easy and fun to drive, but it can be tricked out as well. Options include a 1400cc 200hp engine, and a proprietary AWD drivetrain.
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