Racing simulators come in all shapes and sizes. Affordable home brands can run you as little as £300, with some additional extras needed such as pedals. For those willing to splash out a little for the perfect game room, a setup like this could be the perfect finishing touch for many evenings of realistic racing at home. 

As for the other end of the spectrum? Aston Martin’s got you covered:

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The AMR-C01 is an all-carbon fibre racing simulator, with a realistic interior which mirrors the Aston Martin Valkyrie. It comes fully equipped with an inbuilt computer, designed specifically for racing simulation, as well as inbuilt pedals, steering wheel and reclined seat to give the full hyper-car experience at home. Simulator Specialist Darren Turner, whose company Curv partnered with Aston Martin to create the AMR-C01, said: “I’m very proud of what we’ve been able to achieve, with design and engineering creating what I believe to be the most beautiful home simulator available.” 

Before you get too giddy on plans of an AMR-C01 in your gaming room, there are a few considerations to be made. At almost two meters long and well over a meter wide thanks to the enormous QHD 32:9 curved monitor, you'll need some serious space. Selling the sofa is an option, but we haven’t even considered the price. 

In case you hadn’t guessed, you’ll need to sell a lot more than just the sofa to afford this particular gadget. Coming in at a cool £57,000, before tax, shipping and optional extras, the AMR-C01 is one of the most expensive commercially available simulators in the world. It’s no wonder therefore that Curv has also announced that only 150 of them will be made-to-order, with no word of expanding that number at any point in the future.

The first completed simulators are expected to be shipping later on this year, so get your orders in quick!