So you can't afford a full-sized Batman Tumbler from The Dark Knight. But maybe you can afford a go kart sized one! That's something, right? »
When you were in college, you spent your free time drinking tallboys of Bud Ice and playing Mario Kart 64 until 5am. These MIT students, on the other hand, built a shopping cart go-kart cart and dubbed it the LOLriokart. »
Well, it may not actually compare with KITT, but get a load of this go-kart-inspired concept from Florian Dobe. It sports tiny 10-inch rims and seats that can fold into the body to create a sculptural look when not in use. Given the fact that no performance specs exist, it appears that the main focus of the designer… »
This is a go-kart in a suitcase. I'm not sure where this came from nor do I have any info on it beyond the pictures, but really, when we're talking about a go-kart that folds out of a suitcase, what more do you need to know? This is unabashedly badass, and I want one.
As soon as we saw this briefcase-full-o'-go-karts, we immediately began trying to figure out how to somehow get our hands on one. Winding around inside this smartly styled steel briefcase is about 6 feet of track, where you can race the two tiny cars against each other using two wheel-shaped wired remote controllers.… »