We’ve had a couple of stories in the past week about a new model for Sega’s Daytona Championship USA, and while this is another one, this one has better media along with some official details thanks to a press release that the company has issued.
First off, let’s look at the official cabinet render, as the only image we had seen so far was taken from a little bit of a distance:

With that, you can compare it to Showdown SDLX (2014).
With that, here are some details, then we’ll jump to the press release.
The game uses the same “pivot motion platform” Showdown used, which presents a pretty unique simulator experience compared to other motion racers I’ve played. It has been a while since I’ve played the SDLX version of Showdown; hopefully we’ll be able to play it at Amusement Expo 2019.
Daytona SDLX uses 65″ 1080p screens and features an “authentic dashboard” with working dials & buttons. In Showdown, that features a radio where a small LCD said the name of the song; you can see that same green LCD on the right hand side of the control panel.

The PR says that the game is now available, so if you have an FEC with the budget and space for it, then you can grab one. If you’re a fan in the Chicago area that wants to check this out, then hit up the Lucky Strike Social.
20th February 2019
Sega Premiers Daytona Championship USA Motion Super Deluxe at Lucky Strike Social!
Sega’s leading racing game Daytona Championship USA just got a whole lot better! Hailed as the ultimate arcade racer, the game is now available in a brand-new Motion Super Deluxe, 4 Player Attraction Cabinet. The exhilarating game made its debut at the opening of the latest Lucky Strike Social in Wrigleyville, Chicago, last week.

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