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Nintendo is at the LA Auto Show and they’ve unveiled real-life and full-size karts from Mario Kart 7. There are two models, one for Mario and Luigi and they’re on display in the lobby of West Hall in the Los Angeles Convention Center between the 18th and 27th of November. You’ll be able to take your photo with the karts and also play Mario Kart 7 before it’s released on December 4th. Plus, if you’re a member of the GameStop PowerUp Rewards program, you’re able to win one of these karts. The full press release is after the break.

As expected Nintendo revealed real life, full size Mario Karts from Mario Kart 7. They revealed 2 models, one bumblebee Luigi Kart and one basic unit Mario. Currently Los Angeles residents can head by the convention center between now and November 27th. You'll be able to take photos with the karts and also have an opportunity to play Mario Kart 7 before it's December 4th release. Also, GameStop PowerUp Rewards has made this it's epic giveaway, giving you the chance to win one. The full press release and pictures after the break.
Ever wanted to see a real-life kart from Nintendo’s hit Mario Kart™ series outside of the Mushroom Kingdom? Nintendo has teamed up with West Coast Customs to create life-size models of two karts – one for Mario™ and one for Luigi™ – from the upcoming Mario Kart 7 video game for the portable Nintendo 3DS™ system. These unique electric vehicles were unveiled today at the LA Auto Show, where they will be on display Nov. 18-27 in the lobby of the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Visitors attending the show will be able to take photos of the karts, sample the Mario Kart 7 game before its Dec. 4 launch and participate in multiplayer game play.

Additionally, members of the GameStop® PowerUp Rewards™ program will have the opportunity to claim theMario Kart as his or her own as part of the monthly Epic Reward Giveaway™ program. To be eligible for an Epic Reward Giveaway entry, members must make a purchase or trade at their local GameStop or on GameStop.com during the month of December. PowerUp Rewards Pro™ Members automatically get two entries with purchase. The lucky winner will be announced in February; for more information, visit http://www.poweruprewards.com.

West Coast Customs is known for TV shows such as the classic Pimp My Ride on MTV and the current show Inside West Coast Customs on the Velocity Network. The company has re-created two vehicles from Mario Kart 7: the classic Mario Standard kart, complete with glider attachment for soaring through the air, and the Luigi Bumble V kart, which resembles a bumblebee and features a rear propeller for underwater navigation.*

“Mario karts offer more fun per mile than any other vehicle,” said Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime. “Mario Kart 7 is a perfect example of the many great games Nintendo has lined up for the holidays.”

“We’ve played Mario Kart games for years, so it’s a dream come true to bring these karts to life,” said West Coast Customs CEO Ryan Friedlinghaus. “We think people will be blown away by seeing these cool video game vehicles in person.”

In early 2012, an episode of Inside West Coast Customs will show how West Coast Customs and Nintendo worked together to make these video game vehicles a reality.

For more information about Mario Kart 7, visit http://www.mariokart7.com. For more information about West Coast Customs, visit http://www.westcoastcustoms.com.

11/20/2011 10:19:34 am

Hmm west coast customs built it??


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