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SEMA Expo attendees experience SimCraft firsthand

Las Vegas, NV (November 7th, 2022) –

SimCraft Showcases Motion Simulators at SEMA 2022, Expanding into the Automotive Market

Atlanta, GA – SimCraft, a leader in motion simulator technology, showcased its line of simulators at the SEMA show last week in Las Vegas, NV. The company, known for its high-fidelity simulators for racing professionals, is expanding into the automotive market for car manufacturers and racing teams.

“SimCraft has always been known for ultra-realistic motion and an overall immersive experience,” said Sean Patrick MacDonald, co-founder of SimCraft. “With our expansion into the automotive market, we are able to bring that same level of realism to the world of engineering road cars.”

SimCraft’s motion simulators are fully customizable to fit the specific needs of each client. With many combinations of audiovisual technology and racing or driving controls, SimCraft can create a unique simulator tailored to the client’s needs.

“In the automotive market, there are many different types of vehicles and racing scenarios,” said MacDonald. “We have the flexibility to create simulators that can replicate the exact feeling of driving a specific car. We can even integrate high-end audio, like our new ELITE simulator, featuring a 5.1 surround system with eMotiva amplifiers and FOCAL Dome Flax speakers.”

At the SEMA show, SimCraft showcased its latest hardware advancements, including the full motion APEX6 GT ELITE, with home theater quality audio.

“We are excited to bring our motion simulators to the automotive market and continue to push the boundaries of what is possible in simulation technology,” said MacDonald.

For more information about SimCraft and its motion simulators, visit the company’s website at