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Wario's Honeycoupe
Wario on his Honeycoupe
Size class Large
Strong stats Speed, Weight, Drift, Mini-Turbo
Average stats None
Weak stats Acceleration, Handling, Off-Road
Appears in Mario Kart Wii

The Honeycoupe (known as the Dragonetti in the British English version) is a large Drift/Mini-Turbo-type kart that appears in Mario Kart Wii. The character's emblem appears only on a tiny license plate located at the back of the kart between the exhaust pipes. The vehicle greatly resembles the Dino 206 SP, an Italian sports car prototype made by Ferrari, with a custom targa top body style. It also loosely resembles the Parade Kart from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. The kart can be unlocked by winning the 150cc Lightning Cup or by playing 3,000 races.

The bike counterpart for this kart is the Shooting Star. Compared to the Flame Flyer, the Honeycoupe is slower, but exceeds it in every other stat category. It also has a great drift and Mini-Turbo that almost rivals that of the Wild Wing, but only to have its handling and off-road stats tied with the Wild Wing, with its off-road stat also tying with the Sneakster and Blue Falcon. Its acceleration ties with the Sprinter. Ironically, the Honeycoupe is actually heavier than both the Flame Flyer and Standard Kart L (also heavier than the Wario Bike, Jetsetter, and Spear), and is the third heaviest vehicle in the game, behind the Offroader and Piranha Prowler, despite appearing smaller than other large vehicles. The Honeycoupe also has the best drift and Mini-Turbo stats out of all the large karts. Its speed is tied with the Bullet Bike. Its mini-turbo is tied with the Sugarscoot.

If Bowser rides the Honeycoupe, its weight will tie with the Piranha Prowler's default weight. Also, if Funky Kong rides the Honeycoupe, its speed will tie with the Wild Wing's default speed.

Color schemes[edit]

The coloring on the Time Trials icon depicts Donkey Kong's Honeycoupe, while on the Mario Kart Wii Channel screen on the Wii Menu, the coloring depicts Rosalina's Honeycoupe, and on the unlocking screen, the coloring depicts Waluigi's Honeycoupe.

Character Color scheme Image Character Color scheme Image
Wario Purple body, yellow headlights, red tail lights, green seat, light-blue windshield Wario's Honeycoupe Waluigi Blue body, yellow headlights, red tail lights, yellow seat, blue windshield Waluigi's Honeycoupe
Donkey Kong Orange body, blue headlights, red tail lights, orange seat, yellow windshield Donkey Kong's Honeycoupe Bowser Dark green body, blue headlights, red tail lights, red seat, yellow windshield Bowser's Honeycoupe
King Boo White body, blue headlights, red tail lights, red seat, white windshield King Boo's Honeycoupe Rosalina Yellow body, blue headlights, red tail lights, red seat, teal windshield Rosalina in her Honeycoupe (Dragonetti in Europe) in Mario Kart Wii
Funky Kong Red body, blue headlights, orange tail lights, red seat, orange windshield Funky Kong's Honeycoupe Dry Bowser Black body, blue headlights, red tail lights, brown seat, black windshield Dry Bowser's Honeycoupe
Male Mii Dark blue body, blue headlights, red tail lights, red seat, dark blue windshield Honeycoupe from Mario Kart Wii Female Mii Hot-pink body, blue headlights, red tail lights, hot-pink seat and windshield Honeycoupe from Mario Kart Wii


Speed: 53/80
Weight: 62/80
Acceleration: 27/80
Handling: 29/80
Drift: 56/80
Off-Road: 24/80
Mini-Turbo: 56/80
Vehicle type:

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トリッキー

French (NOA) Coupé Miel
Honey Coupe
French (NOE) Turbo Flash
Turbo Flash
German Turbetto
Italian Flash GT
from Flash and GT, a category of car models meaning for Gran Turismo
Korean 트릭키

Spanish (NOA) Libertad GT
GT Freedom
Spanish (NOE) Fullero