The American automobile company Tesla, Inc. (formerly Tesla Motors) is all about the viability and availability of electric cars. Ellon Mushich, its founder, executive director and technical operator in charge of the SpaceX program, is known for the thought outside of the box.
According to IGN, the musk was reportedly trying to get Nintendo to work with Tesla and issue a version of the car Mario Kart. It was discovered in a short time Twitter exchange when Musk was asked about the play of certain video games on the Tesla line of cars while cars were supplemented. When asked about the Mario Kart series, Musk said the manufacturer had approached Nintendo, but the Japanese company did not give it to them. Obviously, though, Musk is open to the idea of a Valve digital Steam service eventually becoming an opportunity.
Unfortunately, Musk did not find out why Nintendo denied Tesla. We will guess and say that Nintendo wanted to remain loyal to the German automaker Mercedes after the release of the special DLC Mario Kart 8 Deluxe several years ago.
Car video game settings are not completely new. In fact Musk previously announced the classic Atari titles, such as Missile team and One hundredth would have been played in Tesla's cars, and this became a reality in October. Thanks to Nintendo's past and present systems, nobody should sit there thinking that Mario Kart would be like a car, as it has already been possible for several years. As for the recording, it's bumpy and, if the car is in motion, it can be quite a bad experience for some people. We will probably get a better idea of what it is, when it is Mario Kart Tour In 2019, arrives in mobile devices.
What do you think of Elon's idea to add to Mario Kart Tesla's cars? Do you think it would have been good for Nintendo's publicity? Do you think that it has made the right decision? Tell us further.