Simracing-PC is once again covering this year’s Gamescom. One of the main attractions for simracers this year was certainly the booth of MOZA Racing, where visitors could take a first look at three of the manufacturer’s upcoming products in the form of prototypes.
MOZA Racing GSR GT Steering Wheel
Especially the GSR GT Steering Wheel attracted attention. Equipped with a round display in the center, RPM LEDs on the top and eight illuminated buttons, it clearly stands out visually from the manufacturer’s previous range and definitely aims towards the high-end segment.
So far, there is no concrete release date (early 2024 is in discussion) and the price of the steering wheel is also not yet known.
MOZA Racing Truck Steering Wheel
The second prototype, the MOZA Racing Truck Steering Wheel, is the complete counterpart to the compact GT Wheel. With its 40 centimeters, it is primarily aimed at the large fan community of truck simulations.
Accordingly, the steering wheel does not have a shifter, but it is equipped with a port for operation on a non-MOZA base. There is no information on price and release date from the official side yet.
MOZA Racing Sequential Shifter
In addition to the two steering wheels, the prototype of the MOZA Racing Sequential Shifter could also be examined at the exhibition, which should complete MOZA’s shifter lineup for the time being. This shifter is equipped with two additional buttons and, like MOZA’s previous peripherals, can be operated directly via USB. Again, there is no information on price and release date yet.
The fair in Cologne is still open for visitors until this Sunday, August 27. The MOZA Racing booth is located in Hall 10.1.