What good is an Aston Martin without an engine and wheels? When it’s the new AMR-C01 driving simulator, it’s plenty good. Designed and built in collaboration with driving simulator company Curv, the AMR-C01’s most significant feature is its huge curved screen that provides vivid depictions of tracks around the world. The carbon fiber body comes in echoes the front of the Valkyrie supercar, and the leather racing seat mimic’s the supercar’s driving position. Although the $73,592 asking price seems financially crippling, consider the fact that it’s about half the price of the cheapest Aston. A mere 150 units will be made, so you can tell everyone you bought a limited-edition Aston Martin.