Lamborghini unveils GoKart Pro for adults for only $1,500 – and it looks insanely fun

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(TMU) – If you’ve ever dreamed of driving a Lamborghini but didn’t have the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed to purchase the legendary sports car, this new electric go-kart from the Italian sports manufacturer might be right up your alley.

The new Lambo kart is hardly a luxury item on the level of a Huracan, Gallardo, Urus or even an old-school Countach – in fact, this electric racer comes in at an irresistible price-point of less than USD $1,500.

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, which owns personal transporter company Segway-Ninebot, has teamed up with the Italian carmaker to bring consumers the Ninebot GoKart Pro Lamborghini Edition, reports electrek.

Capable of reaching speeds of 25 mph (40 km/h), this Lamborghini Edition kart sports some serious upgrades over your typical Segway Ninebot kart.

The candy yellow racer is propelled by a self-balancing Xiaomi scooter, whle its rear tires have been swapped with high-traction rubber tires for safe turning. It remains unclear whether you’ll be able to rip some gnarly burnouts with the scooter’s electric engine.

The Lamborghini kart also sports true Ackermann steering, meaning that each wheel will have its own pivot to allow for sharp and accurate turning. Functional headlights will ensure that there won’t be any nasty collisions or spills on the raceway, while the sick rear wing on the kart will give it sharp aerodynamism and handling improvements.

Four air ducts will help cool the 432Wh battery, which will power the Lamborghini GoKart for about 15.5 miles, or about 25 km – the equivalent of 62 laps around a 400 meter track.

Speed limits can be adjusted using a smartphone app, allowing parents to prevent kids from driving at speeds they feel might be too dangerous. However, the big bucket seat and maximum passenger weight of 220 lb (100 kg) will also allow adults to take a turn at the wheel.

Maxing out the wow factor on this ride, the kart also includes built-in Bluetooth speakers to allow you to play music or, if you so choose, you can simulate the roar of Lamborghini’s V8 and V12 piston engines, augmenting the relatively quiet sound of the kart’s electric motor.

“In addition, as a bonus, there is a program in the go-kart, which will ensure the release of loud noises, which will make not only the driver but also the surroundings reveal that there are beasts ‘under the hood’, in the form of a Lamborghini engine,” a press release from Xiaomi notes.

Of course, the Lamborghini Edition isn’t street legal, but it can be folded up and placed in the trunk of your car so that it can be hauled off to the track.

Xiaomi is a Chinese tech giant that remains relatively obscure in the United States but is popular among consumers in Latin America, Europe, and Asia due to its high-quality mid-range and budget Android smartphones that pack impressive specs into an affordable package.

The quirky smartphone manufacturer also produces a range of other strange yet affordable tech products, ranging from sleek miniature washer dryers to electric toothbrushes, e-bikes and scooters, air conditioners and even rice cookers – among other eccentric internet-connected devices that comprise Xiaomi’s growing line of “smart lifestyle” products.

And now, you’ll be able to get your very own “Lamborghini” for the insanely low price of 9999 Chinese Yuan, or about $1,480, from the Mi Store.

Xiamoi is putting the go-kart on sale for a measly $1,450 (in Chinese yen) starting tomorrow.