Ford racing simulator delivers the most realistic driving experience at home

$185,000 Ford Racing Stimulator

For those who would never get a chance to drive a real race car, engineers and developers from all over the world often come up with racing simulators to provide them virtual racing experience, without leaving comfort of their home. But the Ford’s latest racing simulator will give die-hard gamers the most realistic experience, like never before.

This is because it uses linear servo actuators that produce real racing conditions. There are three big-screen monitors at front, which unfolds real driving actions before you. Moreover, 500-watt audio system is installed into the gimmick to produce actual racing sounds, thus helps you to get more into your virtual race.
The stimulation rig attached to the simulator moves when you make a sharp turn and revolves around 360-degrees at up to 0.5G acceleration, giving realistic feel to the player. Besides all that, Most Realistic Racing Simulator features monocoque fiberglass chassis rolls, paddle gear shifters, steering wheel, accelerator, brake and clutch; all these tools from a real race car. So you won’t feel,even for a second, that you’re not driving an actual race car.

The Most Realistic Racing Simulator

This stunning racing simulator built in 2014 by Battle Creek, Michigan-based Mannetron was revealed during CES 2015. It is now available for purchase at Hammacher Schlemmer, but for such impressive racing experience in your living room you need to shell out a huge amount of money i.e. nearly $185,000. If you’ve got enough cash, then it’s definitely worth the ultimate indoor gaming experience.

Credit: Coolest-Gadgets

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Sunil Chandel

Sunil has been blogging about autos, consumer gadgets and home improvement ideas from a couple of years. When he is not writing, you can find him riding his royal enfield motorcycle, listening to music and showing off his football skills

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