If you were lucky enough to visit this years CES 2103 technology exhibition in Las Vegas, you might have seen the awesome Thrustmaster VRX iMotion Z-55 Simulator which costs and around $45,000 and is the latest simulator created by Thrustmaster.
The Thrustmaster VRX iMotion Z-55 Simulator is fitted with a simulator seat made with 3M DI-NOC carbon fiber, and is equipped with three screens, all powered by a high powered PC.
The VRX iMotion Z-55 Simulator is also equipped with a commercial D-BOX motion system capable of producing 2G’s of acceleration and 3-DOF and is compatible with any form of racing game including Formula1, Indy, ALMS, GT, Rally, NASCAR, Vintage Racing Series, and Exotic Super Cars.
If you can’t quite stretch yo a budget of 45,000 for the VRX iMotion Z-55 Simulator, Thurstmaster has also created the VRX iMotion Z-27 for $40,000 USD, the VRX Viper Z-27 for $19,000, and the VRX Viper for $9,000. Thurstmaster explains:
“Precision manufactured and hand-polished stainless steel and aircraft grade aluminum components provide a lifetime of durability,”-“Each simulator is assembled in Canada with the same care and attention to detail, and with professional and discrete wire routing technique throughout.”
Source: Toms HardwareFiled Under: Gaming News