Boumier and O’Leary have not publicly commented on the fate of their venture, but it seems that their attempt to sell the drive suits to some toy company was not successful. That’s because drive suits now serve as the centerpiece of Beaumier’s Robots and Cars Entertainment, Inc., “the walk and suit company.”
This means that the drive suits are not available for purchase. Instead, Robots and Cars Entertainment, Inc. allows customers to hire performers who don costumes to drive at events and pose for photos with fans. Ironically, this is closer to the route suggested by Cuban.
Beaumier launched Robots and Cars Entertainment, Inc. in 2016 and is currently available for booking. They will travel both within the country and abroad (via Robots and Vehicles Entertainment, Inc.).
Thus, it appears that Boummier ended up taking a different path than the one he agreed with Kevin O’Leary and fell short of his goal of turning travel suits into a consumer product. On the other hand, drive suits still exist. That’s more than many of the products featured on “Shark Tank” can say.