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| Birthday Girl
Peach's Birthday Girl.
|| Acceleration, Handling
|| Speed, Weight, Off-Road
|| Mario Kart 7
The Birthday Girl (known as Royal Ribbon in PAL regions) is a kart body that appears in Mario Kart 7. It resembles a shoe, with ribbons and bows decorated. As its North American name implies, it is a body that is primarily designed for female characters, but it can also be used by the male or indeterminate-gender characters, although male or indeterminate-gender computer racers are not seen on this kart. It changes color for Princess Daisy, Rosalina, and Honey Queen, receving an orange, blue, and purple color scheme, respectivley. Furthermore, it is Princess Peach's, Princess Daisy's, and Rosalina's signature kart, as well as one of Honey Queen's, alongside the Bumble V. Although it changes color for most female characters, Peach and female Miis do not get a color change. It offers a high acceleration and handling boost, while its speed, weight, and off-road are hindered.
- Princess Peach – Pink top and red underside with light pink spots
- Princess Daisy – Orange top and yellow underside with yellow spots
- Rosalina – Blue top and dark blue underside with light blue spots
- Honey Queen – Purple top and dark purple underside with light purple spots
For every other character, the Birthday Girl's color scheme is the same as Princess Peach's Birthday Girl. Additionally, the Peach Parasol shares the same color schemes as the Birthday Girl.
- Speed: -0.5
- Acceleration: +0.5
- Weight: -0.25
- Handling: +0.5
- Off-Road: -0.25
An icon of the Birthday Girl.
Peach gliding with the Birthday Girl.
Rosalina's Birthday Girl.
A male Character in the Birthday Girl (in this case, Metal Mario).
Peach in the Birthday Girl.
Daisy in the Birthday Girl.
Rosalina in the Birthday Girl.
Honey Queen in the Birthday Girl.
Names in other languages
||Pun on Rosa (Pink) and Lazo (Ribbon), GTI stands for Gran Turismo Inyección (Gran Turismo Injection)
||Ribbon GTI, GTI stands for Gran Turismo Inyección (Gran Turismo Injection)
||From "nastro" (ribbon) and "astronave" (spaceship)