The American automotive company Tesla, Inc. (formerly Tesla Motors) tries to make electric vehicles more electric and feasible. Elon Musk, co-founder, CEO and technical entrepreneur behind him, who is also responsible for the SpaceX program, is known for thinking outside the box.
As reported by IGN, Musk tried to help Nintendo collaborate with Tesla and launch a car version Mario Kart. This was discovered for a short while Twitter exchange when Musk was challenged to play particular video games within the automotive line Tesla while recharging cars. When a user asked about the Mario Kart series, Musk said that the manufacturer approached Nintendo, but the Japanese company did not license it. Apparently, Musk is open to the idea that Valve's digital steam service will ultimately become an option.
Sadly, Musk did not reveal why Nintendo denied Tesla. We would assume and say that Nintendo wanted to remain true to the German car maker Mercedes after the special DLC was released Mario Kart 8 Deluxe several years ago.
The car video game settings are not exactly new. In fact, Musk previously announced classic titles such as Atari Missile command e Centipede It would be playable on Tesla cars and this became a reality in October. Thanks to the past and present systems of Nintendo, no one has to sit wondering what Mario Kart would be like in a car as it has been possible for several years now. For registration, it's strange, and if the car is moving it can be a pretty sick experience for some people. We will probably have an even better idea of how it is when Mario Kart Tour arrives on the mobile in 2019.
What do you think about Elon's idea of adding Mario Kart to Tesla cars? Do you think this would be good advertising for Nintendo? Or do you think that you made the right decision? Tell us below.