The Fanatec DD PRO It arrives as the first official steering wheel of the long-awaited Gran Turismo 7 game, and this has to be paid for, 669,95 euros, although it is in the form of pre-purchase, because really shipments will not begin to be made until the month of March.
For this price you get the new force-feedback technology baptized as Direct Drive, which promises to offer you a professional and realistic driving experience by improving the driving sensation by feeling the entire travel of the steering wheel (the more linear the movement, the more exact). Have an OLED screen to show information such as the speed at which we are going, a RGB lighting strip.
Delving into the information, it is licensed for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, offers a peak torque of 5 Nm (with a kit sold separately increases to 8 Nm), employs patented FluxBarrier technology to optimize the motor, its efficiency and smoothness, the steering axle employs an improved carbon fiber, is passively cooled thanks to an aluminum housing that acts as a heatsink, high precision double pedal made of steel, and to function requires a power outlet due to the 90W power supply it uses in addition to a USB port.
All of this comes at a price of 699,95 euros. If you want the Fanatec DD PRO with a torque of 8 Nm, you have to add the “Plus Boost Kit 180” pack, which is a larger power supply and we already talked about 849,95 euros. By 969,85 eurosWe have all of the above plus a clutch pedal system.