Streetle

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Streetle
MK8Streetle.png
The Streetle, in Mario Kart 8.
Strong stats Speed, Acceleration (MK8)
Acceleration, Handling, Traction (MK8D)
Weak stats Weight, Traction (MK8)
Speed, Weight (MK8D)
Appearances Mario Kart 8, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

The Streetle is a kart body appearing in the Animal Crossing × Mario Kart 8 downloadable content pack for Mario Kart 8 as well as the base content of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Like the name implies, the design of the kart is based upon a beetle, more specifically the ones that can be caught in the Animal Crossing series, with a horn on the front and a pair of wings on the back that open up whenever the player receives a large speed boost or enters an anti-gravity or gliding section.

The Streetle shares its stats with the Blue Falcon, a kart from the first downloadable content pack, having higher acceleration and speed, at the cost of weight and traction.

CPU Male Villagers will occasionally drive this vehicle, paired with the Leaf Tires and Paper Glider. Its engine noise is a higher pitched version of the Tanooki Kart.

In Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, it is now available from the start.

Stats[edit]

Mario Kart 8[edit]

  • Ground Speed: +0.25
  • Water Speed: 0
  • Air Speed: +0.25
  • Anti-Gravity Speed: +0.25
  • Acceleration: +0.25
  • Weight: -0.25
  • Ground Handling: 0
  • Water Handling: 0
  • Air Handling: 0
  • Anti-Gravity Handling: 0
  • Traction: -0.5
  • Mini-Turbo: 0

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

  • Ground Speed: -0.5
  • Water Speed: +0.25
  • Air Speed: -0.25
  • Anti-Gravity Speed: -0.75
  • Acceleration: +0.5
  • Weight: -0.5
  • Ground Handling: +0.25
  • Water Handling: +0.75
  • Air Handling: 0
  • Anti-Gravity Handling: -0.25
  • Traction: +0.75
  • Mini-Turbo: +0.5

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese わくわくビートル
Wakuwaku Bītoru
Exciting Beetle
Spanish (NOA) Kartrópodo From "kart" and "artrópodo" (arthropod)
Spanish (NOE) Insecturbo From "insecto" (insect) and "turbo"
French Autorhino From "automobile" and "rhinoceros"
Dutch Sjeesbeestje From "sjees" (chaise) and "beestjes" (bugs)
Italian Scarabuggy From "scarabeo" (scarab beetle) and "buggy"