Pro-grade racing simulator has a pro-grade price

CXC Motion Pro II gaming rig sports an elaborate motion and force feedback system, a 5.1-channel surround sound system, and an authentic racing seat. It will only cost you at least $25,000.

CXC Motion Pro II
CXC Simulation

I've personally driven an F1 simulator, but I doubt it even comes close to the CXC Motion Pro II. For starters, it features an elaborate motion and force feedback system, as well as an authentic racing seat for realism. This is further complemented by a powerful audio-visual setup that consists of up to three 46-inch screens and a 5.1-channel surround sound system.

CXC Simulation

That said, the Motion Pro II is extremely pricey. A basic configuration, bundled with a single screen and eight pieces of software such as iRacing and GTR2, is priced at $25,995. The cost can easily add up to more than $40,000 if you upgrade to a panoramic three-screen display with other optional accessories ranging from a brake feedback system to a carbon fiber body kit.

It's unclear whether this rig can be used for regular PC or console games, but interested parties can e-mail CXC for more details and a quotation.

(Source: Crave Asia via Born Rich)

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