This isn’t the first time that someone has used a game controller to control a real car, but it’s most certainly the first we’ve seen of it happening inside a car and not remotely. One previous example would be the Nissan GT-R/C, which is driven using a PlayStation Dualshock 4 controller. Simply put, the remote is wired into a vehicle’s computer using its microUSB port and transmits a signal to the car. Read more for the short video and a bonus.
We imagine this Kia being driven by an Xbox One controller follows the same as the PS4 example. One button is set up to control the gas, the other for brakes, while up on the D pad selects forward gear, down is reverse and steering is left / right. Thankfully, this test was being conducted at 2am rather than in the middle of the day during rush hour traffic.
- Unique foldable design, Set up in several seconds
- Very stable and comfortable, Superior build quality and materials
- Realistic cockpit, Suited for all consoles and PC’s
- Compatible with all steering wheels and pedals currently available, including Logitech, Thrustmaster and Fanatec
- German (Subtitle)