Wokart Water Go-Kart

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Designed by Dr. Theo Christen, the Wokart takes everything we love about go-karts, and applies it to an asymmetric catamaran outboard that’s ready to tear up the water.

After four rigorous years of testing and development, the Wokart is finally ready to hit the retail scene. The designers have been working tirelessly to create a watercraft that handled just like a go-kart, and the Wokart is the end product. Equipped with a 70 horsepower outboard motor, the lightweight water vessel is able to reach speeds of up to 46 mph, all while being able to perform 90-degree turns on a dime –  and without flipping over too. In fact the brand says during those years of testing and development, they were unable to flip a single Wokart. The vehicle will begin selling in January of 2014, with an estimated price tag of $28,000 USD. Watch the video below to see this thing in action. [Purchase]

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