Fanatec Reveals New ClubSport Steering Wheel Formula V2

Hardware 1919 December 13, 2018 by

Fanatec has been on quite a roll the past few weeks. After some big holiday sales and new product launches including a new CSL Elite F1 kit and the PS4-compatible direct drive Podium Racing Wheel F1, the company still has a few surprises to reveal before the end of 2018.

Today, Fanatec turns their attention to Xbox One and PC players, with the revelation of the ClubSport Steering Wheel Formula V2. As the name implies, it is the latest iteration of their ClubSport Formula wheel, designed to mimic those found in modern F1 cars.

The V2, though, is the first of its kind to offer full compatibility with Xbox One and Windows 10. It can be attached to any appropriate Fanatec base, including the CSL Elite Wheel Base, ClubSport Wheel Base V2.5, or Podium Series Wheel Base, offering full compatibility with the rest of the Fanatec ecosystem. (And yes, it will even work with the PlayStation 4 if paired with a compatible Fanatec wheel base.)

Like the new Direct Drive Podium Racing Wheel F1, the Formula V2 features the same 11 buttons, multi-position switches, rocker switches, rotary thumb encoders, and OLED display. It is also compatible with Fanatec’s “Podium Advanced Paddle Module” for an upgraded experience, though it needs to be purchased separately.

The new wheel is available to pre-order today for 349.95 USD/EUR and is scheduled to start shipping at the end of February 2019. You can reserve yours now via any of the affiliate links below to support GTPlanet:

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