GTR Simulator Unveils Cutting-Edge Innovations at CES 2024

GTR Simulator Unveils Cutting-Edge Innovations at CES 2024

GTR Simulator is set to dazzle attendees at CES 2024 with a thrilling showcase of its latest advancements in racing simulation technology. Headlining the exhibit at booth 16959 will be the unveiling of the highly anticipated full-motion platform, complemented by the introduction of a state-of-the-art direct-drive steering wheel featuring interchangeable formula and truck wheels.

Racing enthusiasts and tech aficionados alike can look forward to experiencing the unparalleled realism of GTR Simulator's full-motion platform. Designed to mimic the dynamic movements and forces of real-world driving, this innovation promises an immersive and heart-pounding simulation experience.

Adding to the excitement, GTR Simulator introduces its new direct-drive steering wheel, setting a new standard for precision and responsiveness. Attendees will have the opportunity to test drive the wheel with both formula and truck wheels, catering to a diverse range of racing preferences.

In a move to enhance realism and performance, GTR Simulator debuts its load cell racing pedals at CES 2024. The incorporation of load cell technology ensures precise and lifelike feedback, offering users an authentic racing experience that is second to none.

"We're thrilled to showcase our latest innovations at CES 2024," says Howard Yang, VP of Global Business Development at GTR Simulator. "Our commitment to pushing the boundaries of racing simulation technology is evident in these groundbreaking products, and we can't wait for attendees to experience the future of virtual racing."

Visit GTR Simulator at booth 16959 to witness firsthand the cutting-edge advancements that promise to redefine the landscape of racing simulation. Whether you're a seasoned racer or a technology enthusiast, the GTR Simulator exhibit at CES 2024 is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the next generation of virtual racing experiences.
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