Pushing the limits of a six-figure supercar safely (and legally) requires a dedicated track day, hours of practice, and a stacked bank account to fund inevitable repairs. With all that in mind, this exorbitantly priced Pininfarina racing sim actually makes sense.
Car Buzz spotted the Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic on RM Sotheby’s, where it’s estimated to fetch as much as $164,000. The automotive outlet points out that you could have a $150,900 Porsche Taycan Turbo EV for less, but the obvious benefit of a racing rig is that users can hone their skills at speed without worrying about ruining an expensive ride.
And as far as simulators go, the Pininfarina Leggenda eClassic is extremely unique in that it’s geared to replicate the experience of