Aston Martin racing simulator costs like new Porsche Boxster SSeptember 14, 2020
The UK carmaker has teamed up with technology company Curv Racing Simulators to create a high-end racing simulator. The novelty was named AMR-C01, as well as a price tag of £ 57,500. A total of 150 copies of simulators will be made.
Aston Martin is primarily a high-end sports car manufacturer, but in recent years it has expanded its business to fill untapped niche markets. From designing hotel furniture and fancy garages to designing speedboats and even submarines, the guys in the UK have a myriad of talents that go far beyond the automotive industry.
Not long ago, the company introduced a racing simulator.
The British brand has teamed up with technology company Curv Racing Simulators to create a high-end racing simulator. It is called AMR-C01 and costs 57,500 pounds sterling. It is noteworthy that for this money you can purchase the basic version of the new Porsche 718 Boxster S.
It is billed as “the best luxury racing simulator” and boasts a carbon fiber monocoque. If that’s not enough, esports aficionados will be happy to hear that they will be sitting in the same seat found in the Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar. The simulator stand is hand-assembled by Curv Racing Simulators using the best available equipment and uses Assetto Corsa software for a realistic immersion in the driving experience.
The front of the AMR-C01 follows the shape of the Aston Martin Racing false radiator grille – it’s made of carbon fiber to keep weight as low as possible. As with the company’s vehicles, buyers will be able to choose from a variety of finishes or a simulator look.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the world’s only Aston Martin from Bertone appeared on sale. The Classicmobilia UK Motor Show on Tuesday, September 8th, put the Aston Martin Jet 2 + 2 Shooting Brake up for sale. The car from the Italian tuning company Bertone was made in a single copy.
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