Thrustmaster has now debuted a very cool racing cockpit with Ferrari style called the Ferrari Wireless GT Cockpit 430 Scuderia Edition. The cockpit is compact and directly addresses the common issue of how to mount your racing wheel. The wheel is on a fully adjustable frame that can be raised or lowered and the wheel telescopes for comfortable play.
It uses 2.4GHz wireless connectivity and promises 50 hours of battery life. The base is weighted for stability and the pedals are made from metal. The wheel only has a brake and gas pedal, no clutch here or shifter. The wheel is a reproduction of the actual Ferrari 430 Scuderia car. The wheel will ship in June for $249.99.
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