Segway-Ninebot Gokart PRO
Unlike its predecessor, the all-new Ninebot Gokart PRO has a 4.8kW engine that produces 96Nm of torque, enabling it to hit a top speed of 23mph. It’s powered by a 432 Wh battery pack that offers up to 15.5 miles of range, complete with four air-ducts for extra cooling. Plus, it comes with an Immersive Engine Sounds Simulator, comprised of 4x8W high-power speakers, that can emulate the engine sounds of single cylinder, two cylinder, V8, or V12 engines.

Helvezzia Tipo-6 Electric Race Car
Photo credit: Alexander Imnadze Baldini via Car Scoops
All the way back in 1897, electric cars existed and found their first commercial use as taxis in Britain as well as the United States. Unfortunately, internal combustion engines (ICE) in the first decade of the 20th century took away the advantages that electric cars had due to their quicker refueling times, and cheaper production costs. However, if electric race cars existed in the 1940s, it would probably look something like Alex Baldini’s Helvezzia Tipo-6.

Knight Vision R Shelby Cobra
Knight International is best known as a rare supercar and hypercar broker, but their latest project doesn’t involve any other manufacturers. Introducing the Knight Vision R, which draws inspiration from a bevy of classic race cars from the 1960s, like the AC / Shelby Cobra. Think of this as the modern version, complete with a carbon fiber chassis, an innovative roll-over protection system, carbon fiber front splitter, vented front fenders, a titanium exhaust system, a fully adjustable Ohlins suspension, ceramic brakes and carbon fiber wheels.

Cranfield F1 Simulator
Let’s face it, most auto enthusiasts will never get the chance to drive a real F1 racecar, regardless of how wealthy they may be. However, if you fall into the latter group, there may be a solution. Introducing the Cranfield Full Motion + G-Force F1 Simulator, which recreates the racing experience at home. That’s right, you’ll be able to choose just about any car and build it to your desired specifications before hitting the circuits worldwide.

Volkswagen Beetle Go-Kart
Photo credit: Aldekas Studio
The Volkswagen Beetle is essentially a two-door, rear-engine economy car, with seating for up to five occupants, that was manufactured from 1938 until 2003. Over the years, its design has remained consistent, but Aldekas Studio had other things in mind for the iconic vehicle. How so? They used a fender as well as a few other parts from a VW Beetle to create ‘Bugkart Wasowski,’ or a small go-kart to be more specific.