If you are still looking for the perfect driving simulator setup, well, Logitech and Playseat have just the gear for you. Playseat and Logitech G recently revealed the Playseat Trophy-Logitech G Edition for anyone who is looking for a cockpit for their Logitech G Wheels and Pedals.

Playseat Trophy-Logitech G Edition

Supporting the full range of Logitech G Wheel and Pedal gear, the new Playseat Trophy-Logitech G Edition promised to deliver a complete racing solution with maximum immersion.

It boasts a lightweight carbon steel frame which is further bolstered by a powder coating finish, high-grade steel alloys, and anodized aluminum parts.

The racing simulator seat further features a racing seat developed with Playseat’s ActiFit material that conforms to the user’s body to offer the best support, as well as dissipates heat.

Playseat Trophy-Logitech G Edition

The seat is fully adjustable and so are the pedal plate and steering plate. The seat can tilt forward, backward, and move up or down, allowing it to be positioned to mimic any racing style from single seater to stock car.

Moreover, the open cockpit design affords free movement of the legs for the throttle, brake, and clutch, and the backrest, which can recline independently, further touts fully adjustable lumbar support.

The Playseat Trophy-Logitech G Edition may look like a hefty rig but it really is not. In fact, it weighs just 37 lbs (17 kg) which, together with the design, makes it easy to stash away when not in use – well, kind of:

Playseat Trophy-Logitech G Edition

The Playseat Trophy-Logitech G Edition is available now in the U.S., Canada, and select markets worldwide with an SRP of US$599/€599.

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Playseat Trophy-Logitech G Edition

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