Los Angeles Tour
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The Los Angeles Tour was the twenty-seventh tour of Mario Kart Tour, which began on September 23, 2020 and ended on October 6, 2020. True to its name, the tour introduced a new course named after Los Angeles, California, aptly named Los Angeles Laps, marking the first instance of a tour taking place in the same country as a previous tour (the New York Tour; both cities are in the United States), and the sixth city-based course overall (with the last one being Vancouver Velocity in the Vancouver Tour, eight months prior). However, the course itself takes place in Santa Monica as indicated by the Santa Monica Pier and the course flags welcoming players to Santa Monica.
This tour took place during the game's first anniversary, although the game did not commemorate it until the next tour, the 1st Anniversary Tour. It also introduced a new variant of Mario based on his Sunshine outfit from Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Odyssey. This tour also featured the first new R/T course since SNES Vanilla Lake 1R/T and GBA Bowser's Castle 2R/T in the Trick Tour, being Los Angeles Laps R/T. The menu's background featured the Santa Monica Pier as the landmark for this tour.
Signature kart sets
Drivers with a corresponding cup in the tour were bumped one rank up in every course of their cup.
Gold cells indicate rewards exclusive to Gold Pass members.
Initial pipe appearance rates
In the Los Angeles Tour, the Beachside Pipe held 50 items instead of 100 items and contained these items:
Los Angeles Pipe 2 held these items:
The All-Clear Pipe randomly shot out one of the following regular High-End items.
Los Angeles Pipe 1
Los Angeles Pipe 2
The limited-time event where event tokens appeared began on September 27, 2020 and lasted until October 6, 2020. Event tokens could be earned from landing hits with bananas.
1 - The date mentioned in the tweet is incorrect, as it is a day after the next expected tour starting date. The in-game news states the correct date: September 22 at 11:00 p.m. (PT).
Names in other languages