Blue Seven

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Blue Seven
MKT Icon BlueSeven.png
The Blue Seven in Mario Kart Tour
Strong stats Speed, Weight
Weak stats Acceleration, Handling
Appearances Mario Kart 7, Mario Kart Tour

The Blue Seven is a kart in the Mario Kart series. As its name states, the kart is a blue roadster with a number "7" imprinted on its wing and it is seen as a counterpart to the Honeycoupe from Mario Kart Wii. It has a white stripe running through its hood and the character insignia imprinted on the sides of the car. It contains headlights and backlights which illuminate in darker areas. The Blue Seven slightly resembles the Streamliner from Mario Kart DS and the real-life Porsche 911.

History[edit]

Mario Kart 7[edit]

The Blue Seven debuts in Mario Kart 7 as an unlockable kart part. It offers a speed and weight boost, while hindering acceleration and handling. In fact, it is tied with the B Dasher and Bolt Buggy for having the lowest acceleration of all kart bodies, while being tied with the B Dasher, Bruiser, and Zucchini for having the highest speed of all kart bodies. On an additional note, the Blue Seven is the fastest kart body to not have a negative impact on the sea speed stat. The kart shares the same engine sound with the Pipe Frame.

CPUs Mario and Luigi can occasionally be seen driving in this body.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

The Blue Seven returns in Mario Kart Tour, where it is classified as a Super kart. Rocket Starts last longer and yield more points when using this kart. It uses the Standard tires.

Statistics[edit]

Mario Kart 7[edit]

  • Speed: +0.5
  • Sea Speed: 0
  • Air Speed: -0.25
  • Acceleration: -0.5
  • Weight: +0.25
  • Handling: -0.25
  • Sea Handling: 0
  • Air Handling: 0
  • Off-Road: 0
  • Mini-Turbo: -0.5
  • Stability: 0
  • Drift: -0.25

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

MKT Icon RocketStart.png Rocket Start Plus
Favored Courses
Three Star Shy Guy Bazaar R/TFrappe Snowland TMKT Icon VanillaLake1SNES.png
Two Star Frappe Snowland TVanilla Lake 1RVanilla Lake 1T

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese コバルトセブン
Kobarutosebun
Cobalt (Blue) Seven
Spanish Centella Azul Blue Lightning
French Bombe bleue Blue Bomb
Dutch Blauwe Bliksem Blue Lighting
German Karacho 7 Karacho means full power
Italian Blu Blu 7 Probably from the baby-game "Bu Bu Settete" (Peek-a-boo)
Portuguese (NOA) Faísca Azul Blue Spark
Portuguese (NOE) Flecha Arrow