The Classic Car Trust ‘s eClassic simulator is a new dimension in classic car passion.
Adding a real satisfaction to all retro racer out there, The Classic Car Trust has worked with Racing Unleashed to convert state-of-the-art high-end simulator technology – used by race drivers for training purposes – into a unique classic car driver experience. Pininfarina and Zagato have joined TCCT to design new masterpieces that ensure the perfect look and feel.
“We love these automotive jewels from the past. The fascinating body designs, the bespoke interiors, the automotive technology, the smell of leather and gasoline. Driving them is a real pleasure, and the sound of their engines is like music. But all too often we can’t enjoy these automotive icons to the full because they are kept idle in their garages. With eClassic TCCT is adding a new dimension to the classic car experience,” said The Classic Car Trust’s team.
For its version of the simulator, created exclusively for members of the eClassic Racing Club, Zagato has used the traditional construction techniques employed for Italian racing cars, leaving certain parts of the structure open and clearly visible. The most advanced technologies blend seamlessly with the harmonious lines of Sportiva, the simulator version designed by Pininfarina for eClassic Racing Club.
Coming in 2021: eClassic Racing Club
From 2021. Classic Car aficionados can become part of an exclusive community. Members of the eClassic Racing Club will be a live and digitally connected community of like-minded collectors and aficionados. “There will be training sessions and coaching programs and members will be able to enjoy their passion alone on a Sunday morning drive or together with friends in a gentlemen races or championships,” announced TCCT.
Last weekend, St Moritz was setting the scene for a world premiere
Last week, TCCT, As a partner of the 2020 BERNINA Gran Turismo, invited drivers and friends of this unique hill climb race to participate in the first “ST Moritz eClassic 2020” at the Grand Hotel Kempinski, St Moritz. A virtual race with new special high-end classic car simulator technology and tailored by the design-superstars Pininfarina and Zagato, was a first eDriving experience for many. eDrivers had a 20 minutes open track with an Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale on the historic 1966 Monza track and their best lap was recorded on the leaderboard.