For the Man with Everything – Fly Jets or Race at Indy with CXC Simulation Motion Pro II

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Looking for the perfect gift for the man with everything? The quest for what to get Dad for Father’s Day? Well, there’s no need to search high and low for that special present. At a place where masculinity meets high-tech virtual realism, you’ll find CXC Simulations’ Motion Pro II.

For the car enthusiast, gentleman racer and even pro-driver, there is nothing more exciting than being able to drive their favorite car or dream racecar on the track. Even more thrilling is being able to go out on the best race courses in the world.

Finding the perfect gift for the serious automotive enthusiast or person who wants the ultimate state-of-the art driving simulator that offers these experiences without leaving one’s home is absolutely possible and the perfect gift for those with a generous budget starting at $50,000.

CXC Simulations’ Motion Pro II is nearly the next best thing to driving a real car on a real track. For most, it’s even better.

Drivers can experience a “home-track” advantage by practicing on real race tracks with actual car configurations and can even go online and race against other drivers in real time.

This is no video game by any means. CXC engineers and manufactures the only professional level automotive racing simulators practical for home use.

Designed and hand constructed in their Los Angeles, California, facility, CXC Simulations’ extensive research, development and testing by professional drivers and factory race team engineers ensures that the experience is as authentic as possible.

CXC delivers a concierge level of service and support to all clients, and a full level of customization and personalization is offered.

The option to transform the equipment into a flight simulator in minutes, allowing the pilot to fly aircraft from any airport in the world. Fly commercial airliners, fighter jets, private planes and more over realistic scenery based on high resolution satellite imagery.

The CXC simulators’ attention to detail and workmanship is equal to that of the finest automobiles and racecars in the world. From using aerospace materials such as laser-cut steel, billet aluminum, carbon fiber and titanium, to high-performance components like racecar seating, steering wheels and switches, together with the refined craftsmanship of Italian leather upholstery, accent stitching and stainless steel hardware, each simulator is built for endurance and longevity.

Drivers who have tested and/or train on CXC simulators include Formula One world champion Luis Hamilton, McLaren and Ferrari team driver Stefan Johansson, Porsche factory team driver Patrick Long, and IndyCar’s Graham Rahall.

CXC’s corporate client portfolio includes supercar manufacturers Ferrari, Aston Martin, McLaren and Lamborghini as well as major automobile brands such as Cadillac, Ford and Toyota, and non-automotive related corporations such as Intel.

For more information: http://www.cxcsimulations.com/