Corsair Reveals Its Upcoming New Sim Racing Chassis

During the Computex Taipei trade fair in Taiwan, and while acquiring sim racing specialist Endor AG (Fanatec), American computer peripherals company Corsair teased a prototype of its new Sim Racing Chassis.

The CORSAIR racing simulation cockpit for both Formula racing and upright GT-style positions, will come with a variety of options. The basic setup will get you started and if you already have racing simulation equipment you can mount it directly on our simulator. The assembly is constructed of 50mm steel tubing for rock-solid handling and stability, with quick and easy adjustments to the main controls, allowing the riding position to be adjusted for anyone from 5’0″ to 6’6″ with minimal tools.

Additionally, there will be optional accessories to customize your craft with various components that will be available at launch. These accessories include a sturdy front-mounted tray for your PC or console to protect your expensive gear from dust, a direct-drive front bracket supporting wheelbases of up to 27 Nm of torque, accessory mounts for your shifter, and a reverse pedal mounting system.

The base simulator includes a built-in 100mm VESA mount for a single 27-inch monitor up to a 49-inch ultra-wide display. You can enhance your setup with an adjustable, freestanding monitor stand, which supports screens up to 65”. The single monitor stand includes a top monitor stand that supports screens up to 34”.

With Corsair’s Triple Monitor Expansion Kit, the monitor stand supports three displays from 27” to 55” with a fourth-height monitor simultaneously. An optional two-piece racing bucket seat is designed for comfort and support. The cockpit is also designed to accept third-party seats with a standard 290mm mounting pattern.

At the time of writing, no release date or pricing details were revealed.

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