It has been built on top of iRacing’s platform and has pedals, steering wheel, seat and 3 55-inch HD screens in order to let the user completely divulge into the simulation and enjoy it. Now that the user’s visuals have been taken care of, let’s see how audio has been incorporated into this setup. It features a built-in surround system that will be responsible for providing audio. A motion system is also present, which is responsible for the simulation of the G force that the user will experience when turning a corner or accelerating hard.
The starting price will hit you in the gut; it’s $54,000! If you opt for more options, the price may very well increase up to $80,000. The extra options include a better dashboard, shift-gear system or a 180-degree field of view screen setup.
With the racing simulator, you will have access to more than 1,000 simulated cars including F1, NASCAR, IndyCar and WRC. A large variety of tracks is also included in the simulator. According to CXC simulation, the product has been targeted at wealthy amateurs and for professional drivers. In the company’s words it is ‘the only professional-level simulator for practical home use.’ Watch the video below and tell us if you are as thrilled as we are!