The future of motorsport in a nutshell: the Mission R.
An interior inspired by Esports.
While the exterior is visually reminiscent of the legendary Porsche 550 Spyder, the Esports-inspired interior is highly futuristic. Everything the driver needs is fully integrated in a full bucket, monocoque racing seat as in a simulator. The 6-inch multifunction OLED race display on the steering wheel shows the driver important information, such as calculated lap times and predicted tyre usage. A second, larger screen is located behind the steering column, which displays images from both the side-mounted cameras and the central rear-view mirror camera. In addition to the driver, the futuristic cockpit also has room for an optional passenger. In future, on-board cameras will also provide fans with spectacular views of the racing action. A streaming service will allow spectators to select different camera angles and switch freely between the competing vehicles. Additional information will be available, such as the driver's vital signs. Moreover, by pressing the streaming button, Mission R drivers will be able to take the racing community's motorsport experience to the next level.
So it almost seems a shame that there are no plans for a real-life application for the Mission R. But many of its new developments will make future sprint races more attractive in customer motorsport. Esports will definitely enrich the concept study. In 2022, the performance of the Mission R will become reality in a virtual racing game championship.