GRID 2: Mono Edition costs $190,000, comes with a BAC Mono

BAC Mono GRID 2: Mono Edition 24.5.2013
BAC Mono GRID 2: Mono Edition 24.5.2013

Car can hit a top speed of 170 mph (273 km/h)

Codemasters has announced plans to offer a one-off GRID 2: Mono Edition for an eye-watering $190,000 (£125,000).

Despite sounding outrageous, the game isn't such a bad deal considering it comes with a BAC Mono that features a unique paint scheme that matches the game's packaging artwork.

The Mono, as you may recall, is powered by a naturally-aspirated 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 280 bhp (209 kW) and 280 Nm (206 lb-ft) of torque. It enables the car to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds and hit a top speed of 170 mph (273 km/h).

The buyer will also receive a BAC factory tour, a GRID 2: Mono Edition Bell Racing helmet and PlayStation 3. The company will also throw in a race suit, boots and gloves.

According to BAC Mono Project Director Neill Briggs, “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."

Source: Codemasters


Codemasters®’ GRID 2: Mono Edition Includes GRID 2, PlayStation® 3 and Actual 170mph BAC Mono Supercar to Deliver the Ultimate Racing Experience

Los Angeles – May 24, 2013 – Today Codemasters® announced that the world’s most expensive videogame – the GRID 2™: Mono Edition - is available for pre-order with a price tag of $190,000 (£125,000). 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 170mph. BAC Mono supercar - sporting a GRID 2 livery - and full driver race wear.

The BAC Mono is a British manufactured, road-legal, ultra-high performance supercar which stars in the game. Created from high-strength carbon fiber, the BAC Mono is an unrivalled example of light-weight performance engineering and its 2.3 liter, 280 bhp four cylinder power plant will propel its driver from 0-60 m.p.h. in just 2.8 seconds.

At $190,000 (£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. The GRID 2: Mono Edition includes:
A copy of GRID 2 for PlayStation 3 featuring bespoke packaging artwork
BAC Mono supercar in exclusive GRID 2 livery
A day at the BAC factory, which includes a factory tour and time spent with technicians, to customize the BAC Mono for size and specifications
A GRID 2: Mono Edition branded Bell Racing helmet
Race suit, boots & gloves all made to measure in BAC Mono and GRID 2 branding
A PlayStation 3
The GRID 2: Mono Edition is available to pre-order at www.game.co.uk/en/grid-2-bac-mono-edition-228776, and non-UK customers can contact sales@bac-mono.com to register their interest.

“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.”

The game’s record-breaking achievement has been shortlisted for entry into the next Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition.

GRID 2 is the long-awaited sequel to the BAFTA-award winning, critically acclaimed GRID™ and will invite players race only the world’s most exciting racing cars on city streets, licensed circuits and open-roads. From Paris to Dubai and Barcelona to California, gamers will journey from rookie to racing superstar as they blaze to the top of World Series Racing, a new world of professional motorsport.

While the GRID 2™: Mono Edition is a one-off, the standard edition of GRID 2 will race into retail next Tuesday, May 28. Fans can keep up with all the latest updates straight from the studio by speeding over towww.gridgame.com and www.facebook.com/gridgame or follow the team at www.twitter.com/gridgame.

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memexe memexe
Wait! The game is sold with a car as bonus? That's some weird marketing. The next Call of Duty installment should come with a full size functional drone!:)
May 25th, 2013 3:08am
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