Ninebot GoKart lets you live out your Mario Kart fantasy IRL at CES 2019
If you've ever wanted to live out your Mario Kart fantasies, then I have the perfect thing for you.
This is the ninebot go kart kit.
And as you can see, it looks like a real go kart.
I think it's more like something from Mario Kart because it's It's crazy, it actually comes apart.
There are two separate components to this.
So underneath it's powered by a self balancing board the Ninebot Es.
It attaches into a go-kart kit and it transforms into this go-kart here.
It has an accelerator and a brake pedal.
And it can go up to around 12 miles an hour from.
Zero to two seconds.
It gets up to 12 miles an hour and the top speed is actually 15 miles an hour, so you can really move really, really fast in this, especially if you want to try and beat your ghost scores on rainbow road.
The battery life is going to give you around nine miles of riding time, but bear in mind that this is not straight label, so you are going to have to ride it on the sidewalks Or in parks or elsewhere where you're not actually on the road.
And of course you really should wear a helmet when you ride this too.
It has a seatbelt and it's just got a lot of pick up, so it goes really fast, as soon as you put your foot down.
It even has traction on carpet as you can see here.
It's got a reverse, so when you double tab the brake pedal.
You can go back, and it's so much fun.
I think I wanna be riding this all around CES 2019.
[SOUND] It goes fast.
[LAUGH] All together, the kit costs around $1,300 US, and it's available now.
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