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Elite racing simulator Aston Martin AMR-C01 is estimated at 74 thousand dollars (4 photos)

by Henry Brown

 

From now on, James Bond fans will be able to drive their favorite 007 car without leaving their home. True, the purchase of the AMR-C01 racing stimulator, developed jointly by the automaker Aston Martin and Curv Racing Simulators, will require a rather large sum of 74 thousand dollars.

The gaming rig combines high performance and luxury to create an immersive experience never before seen by esports players. The AMR-C01 is the first phase of a new partnership between the British automaker and Curv Racing Simulators. Installation AMR-C01 will be produced in a limited series of 150 units. At the same time, it was announced that the design development was entrusted to Aston Martin, and the Curv Racing Simulators would be engaged in the design of the software component.

The announced simulator is a carbon fiber monocoque that provides the most complete immersion in the driving atmosphere. To do this, the developers will create a copy of the driver’s seat in the Valkyrie supercar. The design of the simulator also gains flowing lines with shark-like front and side fins that make it look like an amphibian. The assembly of the AMR-C01 simulator will be done manually.

The project is led by Aston Martin factory driver Darren Turner, who has been driving Formula 1 simulators for 20 years. The delivery of the unit to the market will begin at the end of this year.

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