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You can now drive a Pagani Huayra R in your living room*

*Kinda. Pagani teams up with Asetek SimSports to create these Huayra R gaming pedals

Published: 29 Aug 2022
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Ever wanted to drive a Pagani in your pants? Slightly strange dream, but you’re now in luck.

You see, Pagani has collaborated with Danish firm Asetek SimSports to create these rather wonderful looking Huayra R Sim Racing Pedals for you to play your favourite driving simulator game on. That's Euro Truck Simulator 2, for us.

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The pedals and pedal arms are apparently based on the exact design as used in the slightly-special £2.5m V12-engined Huayra R track toy, with “just with a very few tweaks” needed to adapt them for sim racing use. 

One of those tweaks apparently involved adding a unique ‘Twin Hydraulic Opposing Rapid Piston’ braking system, although trying to explain exactly what that is would go way beyond our capabilities.

Still, we do know that the pedals have been “tried and tested for hundreds of hours by real-world Formula and GT drivers and sim racing pros” and that they’ll cost €1,680 excluding VAT per set.

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Hang on, that’s over £1,400. Guess it’s back to the bog standard Xbox controller we go…

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