What do you think about a £125,000 (or $189,000 at the current exchange rates) video game? Sounds pretty crazy, right? But what if we tell you this game will also bring you a very real BAC Mono sports car ?
This special game is being offered by Codemaster and it is called of course GRID 2: Mono Edition. Next to the car, the package will also bring you the game and a PS3 to play on it. Of course, not while driving!
The car offered with the game will be painted in a special GRID2 livery and will be equipped with a race wear for the driver.
Before you get to excited about this package you have to know that a standard BAC Mono is priced at about $130k, so you are paying for some special livery about $60k. Not the best deal, no?
In fact the new GRID:2 already entered the Guinness World Book as the most "Most Expensive Video Game Commercially Available - Special Edition."
If you are still interested, you have to know the package will be available starting May 31st, but it can already be pre-ordered.
Click past the jump to read more about the BAC Mono.
BAC Mono is a single-seater track car specially developed to take on models like the Ariel Atom and KTM X-Bow. Mono is powered by a 2.3 liter four-cylinder engine that delivers a total of 280 horsepower and sprints the car to an impressive top speed of 170 mph.
BAC Mono is also available on the U.S. market at a price of $130k. The problem is that only 12 units made their way in here.
Gallery BAC Mono Track Car
BAC and Codemasters are delighted to announce that the £125,000 GRID 2™: Mono Edition – the world’s most expensive videogame – is available to pre-order today!
This exclusive edition of the game is available for just one customer and includes the highly-anticipated racing game GRID 2, a PlayStation® 3 to play it on, a 170 m.p.h. BAC Mono supercar - sporting a GRID 2 livery - and full driver race wear.
At £125,000, the GRID 2: Mono Edition has set a new Guinness World Records™ title for the “Most Expensive Video Game Commercially Available – Special Edition” and will include a range of extras for the buyer to enjoy the ultimate experience of racing the car in-game and driving it in real life.
“BAC is immensely proud and excited at the release of GRID 2: Mono Edition; a game which offers an opportunity for one lucky person to own a truly unique supercar,” said Neill Briggs, Project Director, BAC Mono. “Codemasters has developed a stunning game which focuses on delivering the ultimate driving experience and Mono is the ultimate expression of this, in both the real and virtual worlds.”
If you would like to be the owner of this special edition please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
While the GRID 2: Mono Edition is a one-off, the standard edition of GRID 2 will hit the shops next Friday, May 31st.