Lamborghini Just Unveiled GoKart Pro For Grownups For Only $1,500 And It Looks Crazy Fun

Lamborghini and Xiaomi joined forces to create the Ninebot GoKart Pro Lamborghini Edition, a pricey toy for adults

Driving a Lamborghini is like a dream come true for most people. Well, not everyone can afford to buy the luxury beast. The company has great news for all the customers who don’t have enough money to buy one of their cars. The new electric go-kart will bring joy to many adults across the nation.

The Lambo kart is available for $1,500. It’s the result of the incredible collaboration between Lamborghini and Xiaomi. The Chinese smartphone maker owns the personal transporter company Segway-Ninebot. Lamborghini lovers will definitely love the Ninebot GoKart Pro Lamborghini Edition.

The candy yellow electric racer’s rear wheels are replaced with high-traction rubber ties to provide safer turning, and the self-balancing Xiaomi scooter makes everything easier. This GoKart can develop a speed of 25 miles per hour. Designers added some nice upgrades to the average Segway Ninebot kart. It is propelled by a self-balancing Xiaomi scooter.

However, some customers are concerned about the ability to rip out epic burnouts with the electric engine. The GoKart has a true Ackermann steering. In other words, each wheel has its own pivot. This provides an accurate and sharp turning.

Are you worried about collisions? The headlights are here to protect you. The rear wing of the GoKart provides solid handling improvements and sharp aero-dynamism. Four air ducts cool the 432 Wh battery. The battery powers the electric racer for 15.5 miles, and that’s the equivalent of 62 laps around a 400-meter track.

Here’s some good news for parents. You can adjust the speed limits through a smartphone app. Pretty handy, right? When it comes to adults, the GoKart can carry a maximum weight of 220 pounds.

The Lamborghini GoKart has built-in Bluetooth speakers and you can use these to boost the roar of the popular V8 and V12 engines. Of course, you can’t drive these in the street. A racetrack seems perfectly fine for that purpose. Just fold the GoKart up, and take it wherever you want.