Check out a racing sim priced like a real car
Diehard video game fans may now want to start looking for more things to pawn after going broke on RTX video cards. Stylized by famous Jaguar ex-designer Ian Callum and built by Prodrive, this racing sim rig is one of the most advanced on the market and starts from £39,000 in UK before VAT and shipping.
It represents a carbon-fiber monocoque integrated into a frame made from sixteen layers of birchwood. Included in the base spec are a single bucket seat, a race steering wheel, pedals and a 49-inch display.
The hardware on board runs on 16 gigabytes of RAM and a high-end GeForce RTX graphics card with 12 GB of its own ultra-fast VRAM. Mechanic pedals create a sense of immersion, while carbon-fiber paddle shifters and Bowers&Wilkins headphones help refine it.
All potential buyers are welcome to visit the company’s HQ in Oxfordshire, England for a demo of the technology.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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