Apple Kart

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Apple Kart
MKT Icon AppleKart.png
The Apple Kart in Mario Kart Tour
Strong stats
Weak stats
Appearances Mario Kart Tour

The Apple Kart is a High-End kart in Mario Kart Tour. Debuting in the Valentine's Tour, it is the signature kart of Baby Peach (Cherub) and Fire Rosalina. Like its name indicates, the kart is an apple-themed vehicle, and its name is derived from "apple tart", an apple-themed dessert. The kart's color scheme also makes it resemble a Berry from the Mario games. The emblem is located on the front and rear of the kart. It uses the Wood tires from Mario Kart 7. The Apple Kart increases the duration of Jump Boost boosts and the points earned for performing Jump Boosts.

Three variants of the kart also appear; the first one is named the Green Apple Kart, which was introduced in the game starting with the Flower Tour, the second one is named the Poison Apple Kart, which was introduced in the Cooking Tour, and the third one is called the Pumpkin Kart, introduced in the 2020 Halloween Tour. All three variants are also classified as High-End karts.

Availability[edit]

The Apple Kart has only appeared in certain pipes and is not currently a part of the Daily Selects set. The following table shows the kart's availability by tour.

Tour Availability
Valentine's Tour Valentine's Pipe 1
(spotlight)
Flower Tour Tour gift
(200 Grand Stars, Gold Pass required)
Cooking Tour Cooking Pipe 1
Cooking Pipe 2
(spotlight)
Rosalina Tour Rosalina Pipe 1
(spotlight)
Rosalina Pipe 2

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Special skill MKT Icon Jump Boost.png Jump Boost Plus
Favorite courses
(Bonus points ×2)
MKT Icon Mario Circuit 3RT.png
SNES Mario Circuit 3R/T
MKT Icon Frappe Snowland.png
N64 Frappe Snowland
MKT Icon Paris Promenade 2.png
Paris Promenade 2
MKT Icon Paris Promenade 2R.png
Paris Promenade 2R
MKT Icon Paris Promenade 2RT.png
Paris Promenade 2R/T
MKT Icon Daisy Hills.png
3DS Daisy Hills
MKT Icon 3DS Mario Circuit RT.png
3DS Mario Circuit R/T
MKT Icon Dino Dino Jungle R.png
GCN Dino Dino Jungle R
MKT Icon RMX Choco Island 1T.png
RMX Choco Island 1T
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 2T.png
Tokyo Blur 2T
MKT Icon Rosalina's Ice World.png
3DS Rosalina's Ice World
Favored courses
(Bonus points ×1.5)
MKT Icon Frappe Snowland RT.png
N64 Frappe Snowland R/T
MKT Icon Paris Promenade 2T.png
Paris Promenade 2T
MKT Icon Daisy Hills R.png
3DS Daisy Hills R*
MKT Icon Koopa Troopa Beach RT.png
N64 Koopa Troopa Beach R/T
MKT Icon SNES Rainbow Road R.png
SNES Rainbow Road R
MKT Icon RMX Mario Circuit 1.png
RMX Mario Circuit 1**
MKT Icon RMX Mario Circuit 1T.png
RMX Mario Circuit 1T
MKT Icon RMX Mario Circuit 1R.png
RMX Mario Circuit 1R
MKT Icon Dino Dino Jungle T.png
GCN Dino Dino Jungle T
MKT Icon Shy Guy Bazaar T.png
3DS Shy Guy Bazaar T
MKT Icon Shy Guy Bazaar R.png
3DS Shy Guy Bazaar R*
MKT Icon RMX Choco Island 1.png
RMX Choco Island 1
MKT Icon Choco Island 1T.png
SNES Choco Island 1T
MKT Icon Choco Island 1.png
SNES Choco Island 1
MKT Icon Choco Island 1R.png
SNES Choco Island 1R**
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 2.png
Tokyo Blur 2
MKT Icon Tokyo Blur 2R.png
Tokyo Blur 2R
MKT Icon Rosalina's Ice World R.png
3DS Rosalina's Ice World R
MKT Icon RMX Rainbow Road 2.png
RMX Rainbow Road 2
MKT Icon RMX Choco Island 2.png
RMX Choco Island 2
MKT Icon RMX Choco Island 2R.png
RMX Choco Island 2R

* indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 3. ** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 6.

  • Mario Kart Tour Twitter: "Introducing the Apple Kart to #MarioKartTour! Its ripe red body has been split down the middle to make a seat, but this freshly picked fruit is no slouch on the track. Show your opponents the true meaning of sweet victory as you roll past the goal!"[1]

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese リンリンゴー
Rinringō
May be derived from ringo (apple)
German Apfel-Cabrio Apple Convertible
Italian Melasvigno Pun of the slang "me la svigno" (literally "I slip away") with "mela" (apple)
Portuguese Automaçã From automóvel (car) and maçã (apple)
Chinese (Traditional) 叮噹蘋果
Dīngdāng píngguǒ
Jingle Apple

References[edit]

  1. ^ mariokarttourEN (January 31, 2020). Twitter. Retrieved March 23, 2020.