Check out this fantastic gaming chair created from the frontend of a Mini Cooper. Its been designed and created by David Gawthorpe and includes an Xbox, 500-watt amplifier, strobe and laser lights, stereo sound, lasers, a fridge at the back and even a remote-controlled smoke machine.
When not in use the gaming chair can be folded away and is hidden under the bonnet of the car. To play simply lift the bonnet and your ready to go. The foot pedels slide out from the front grill and the Steering wheel swings in to position from under the bonnet.
There’s even a vibration pad called the “Butt Kicker” built into the chair that reacts to bullet sounds and the alloy wheels turn into additional two seats for when you have gaming company. Can it be any more awesome.
The first prototype of the chair has been already sold to a London entrepreneur, who has plans to resell it in his shop in Pimlico for around £8,000 ($12,967).
Via GizmodoFiled Under: Design News, Gadgets News, Gaming News