The good folks over at Prodrive are looking to take racing simulation to a new level. The company has revealed a $50,000 USD racing simulator crafted from the highest quality materials. The design is made from 16 layers of birch with a striking, dynamic shape. The lacquered gloss black finish is a nice touch, while the floating monocoque is made entirely from carbon fiber. CALLUM designed the Prodrive Racing Simulator.
The design includes a 49-inch AOC Dual-QHD 5k resolution curved monitor, a mechanical pedal box, an electrically adjustable Cobra Nogaro Street seat, and Bowers & Wilkins PX7 headphones. But wait, there’s more. The design also includes a Precision Sim Engineering LM Pro steering wheel while powered by a bespoke simulator computer with a 12GB GeForce RTX graphics card and 16GB memory.
The simulator uses 35 years of accumulated racing knowledge and race data for one of the best simulator experiences you will find. Take a closer look at this exceptional design in the images below, and head over to Prodrive to find out more right now. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more from the tech sector coming very soon.
Photos via Prodrive