Unlike other racing simulators, BMW has basically “rigged up its $100,000+ M3 with a projector in the backseat, and wired the steering, transmission and pedals to control and react to a racing sim.” Video after the break.

The system also feeds data back to the car’s hydraulics, allowing it to shake and bounce in sync with gameplay. Probably not as much fun as driving the real thing, but definitely cheaper

[via Engadget]