Peach (Kimono), Mario (Hakama), Rosalina, Wario, Baby Rosalina, Bowser Jr., and the Rest of the New Drivers, Tracks, and Karts Explained


Mario Kart Tour’s Tokyo Tour has just kicked off, introducing new drivers, karts, gliders, and tracks to the mix. The challenges have also reset, and there are a bunch more rewards for free and Gold Pass players.

In this guide, we’re going to detail everything that’s new in Nintendo’s mobile kart racer, and we’ll provide tips where necessary on how to make the most of it.

If you’re looking for more Mario Kart Tour content, check out everything else we’ve written below:

Mario Kart Tour – New Tokyo Tour Content:

New Drivers:

There are a bunch of new characters in Mario Kart Tour, two of which are Spotlight drivers. That means they’re only available for a limited time in the Tokyo Pipe. That’s where you pull characters from, gacha style.

Peach (Kimono)

Mario (Hakama)

Baby Rosalina










Bowser Jr.


New Karts

There are also a bunch of new Karts.


Blue Biddybuggy

Cheep Charger



Cloud 9

DK Jumbo

Chrome DK Jumbo

Koopa Clown


Kabuki Dasher

Circuit Special

Black Circuit

New Gliders

And a bunch of new Gliders, of course!

Paper Glider

Droplet Glider

BBIA Parafoil

Oilpaper Umbrella

Lightning Oilpaper

Wario Wing

Purple Oilpaper Umbrella

Full Flight

Cloud Glider

New Tracks

Below we’ll include a round-up of all of the new tracks in Mario Kart Tour’s Tokyo Tour:

  • Tokyo Blur
  • Mario Circuit
  • Rainbow Road
  • Neo Bowser City
  • Mario Circuit 2
  • Choco Island 2
  • Kalimari Desert

New Challenges

All of the green and gold challenges have reset, allowing you to complete them all over again for Stars. Not only that, but you can get your hands on some new rewards in Tour Gifts for earning Stars.

Best Free Rewards

  • Paper Glider (80 Stars)
  • Landship (192 Stars)
  • Peach (295 Stars)

Best Gold Pass Rewards

  • Blue Bidbuggy (132 Stars)
  • Dry Bowser (250 Stars)
  • Black Circuit (305 Stars)


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