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It’s beautiful. It probably cost a lot to make because of the materials. It feels wrong. I want one.

Samsung screen? Same one I have. $1000 if you overpay.
Wheel, pedals? You could possibly get a similar feel and look for perhaps $10k (unless there’s something amazing about them that isn’t obvious).
Cockpit offering same position and feel? $4k+
Cost of the Aston Martin name and exotic materials? $55k (plus tax, I guess).

I like Darren Turner (Curv founder, AMR racing driver) a lot; I’ve spoken to him and we have done business together. I just have to be honest with this news post and say how this makes me feel… This product isn’t for sim racers, and not to begrudge someone else trying to kickstart a new business in 2020, it feels a little dirty to see the £57,500 ($70k+) plus tax price tag right now. But, thinking aloud, 2020 isn’t his fault, is it? If I had the money I’d probably go ahead and buy it. Damn it.

You can find out more about this amazing looking but expensive sim racing cockpit at curvrs.com

Listed specifications:

Monocoque
Full Carbon fibre monocoque, designed in-house by Aston Martin, creating a rigid driving environment.

Seat
Bespoke carbon fibre race seat with customisable trim.

Vision
Super ultra-wide gaming QHD 32:9 aspect ratio monitor, with the lowest possible latency, and high refresh rate for smooth visuals.

Steering Motor
This steering motor is the gold standard for high-end simulators, offering exceptionally high torque response and precise feedback.

Steering Wheel
State-of-the-art Formula style steering wheel with paddle shift and clutch. The wheel boasts 9 rotary dials and 12 push buttons, putting the user in total control of set up on every lap. With a full colour LCD display, the wheel has dual-clutch paddles with an adjustable bite point, to sit alongside carbon fibre gear shifter paddles.

Pedal Box
Electronically-controlled sliding pedal box with 200mm of travel, electric actuator, carbon fibre enclosure, with all mechanics hidden away in a clean, dust-free environment.

Sound
Internal speakers and Sennheiser headset.

Computer Hardware
Top specification PC including Intel i7 CPU and Nvidia GTX 2080 GPU.

Software Compatibility
AMR-C01 is supplied with Assetto Corsa as standard. Users are able to run the simulator on various other platforms, including iRacing and rFactor2.

Height
1050MM

Body Width
725MM

Screen Width
1985MM

Color options:

Trim options:

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