We have seen many driving simulators, but the Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Driving Simulator is perhaps the only one that can be described as the exclusive among the exclusives – even more exclusive than the Aston Martin AMR-C01 Racing Simulator.

Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Driving Simulator

The Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Driving Simulator that is being offered for sale by RM Sotheby’s is the first of the nine simulators designed and handmade by the famed automobile design company at its factory in Cambiano, Italy.

The Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Driving Simulator seeks to virtually replicate the experience of driving your favorite classic car in the comfort of your own home.

The idea of getting behind the wheel of classic cars is made even more exhilarating by the styling of this simulator, which is inspired by the stunning 1940s two-seat grand tourer design by Pinin Farina, Cisitalia 202.

Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Driving Simulator

Like Pininfarina designed automobiles, the attention of static driving machines is nothing short of meticulous. It features a cockpit wrapped in Marrone Tobacco-shade Connolly leather upholstery, Nardi wooden steering wheel, manual gear lever, a three-pedal configuration, and vintage Hanhart chronometer integrated into the dashboard, alongside a starter button, and a large, curved monitor.

Along with the hardware is a three-year membership to The eClassic Club with access to the online community for collector car enthusiasts that offers training sessions, races, or informal group drives, along with driving coaching in the eAcademy.

The purchase of the simulator also includes the scan and virtual recreation of a classic car of your choice, and access to virtual tracks from around the world, including Spa, Nürburgring, a 1960s-inspired Monza, and more.

Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Driving Simulator

The Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic Driving Simulator is offered with reserve at the St. Moritz sales (designated Lot 101) organized by RM Sotheby’s. It is expected to fetch between 120,000-150,000 Swiss franc (about US$130,640-163,300).

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Images: RM Sotheby’s.

via uncrate.

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