Simucube Valo GT-23 steering wheel launched

Simucube Valo GT-23 steering wheel launched

SImucube today unveiled its second steering wheel. The Valo GT-23 Steering Wheel offers wireless telemetry effects in conjunction with a Simucbe Base for the first time and is now available for pre-order.

Prices and shipping

The steering wheel can now be pre-ordered via the two Simucube shops and is available at a price of $999 plus tax and shipping. There is an additional $100 for the Simucube Link, which is required to put the steering wheel into operation.

The steering wheels are expected to leave Simucube’s warehouses and be delivered to customers from February 2024.

Scope of delivery

  • Simucube Valo GT-23 Wireless Wheel
  • Official quick start guide
  • Sticker set for the wheel
  • Simucube Quick Release
  • Rechargable battery

Technical data

The new steering wheel has a diameter of 320 millimetres and consists of a CNC-milled aluminium housing, which is complemented by a steering wheel rim covered with Alcantara. As a quick release, the in-house QR is used, which is directly compatible with Simucube 2 Sport, Simucube 2 Pro and Simucube 2 Ultimate Wheel Base.


  • Weight: 2.1kg
  • Dimensions: 320mm
  • Rim material: Alcantara


  • 2 x shifters
  • 2 x thumb rotary encoders
  • 10 x buttons
  • 2 x front rotary knobs
  • 2 x 7-way joysticks
  • 18 RGB LEDs


The biggest new feature is the wireless transmission of telemetry data to the steering wheel within the Simucube ecosystem, which is now possible for the first time. What has been possible with other manufacturers for years is now also coming to Simucube and the same titles as with the Active Pedals will initially be supported. The currently still relatively small list of simulations, which already fully supports the most important simracing titles, can be viewed here:


As the QR does not have a power outlet, Simucube has installed a rechargeable battery that can be charged via a USB-C cable. According to the manufacturer, this is designed for several 24-hour races in a row before it needs to be recharged.

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