Uses PC-based hardware to generate 1080p resolution graphics that run at 60 frames a second.
Deluxe models use a Raspberry Pi computer to control the animations and other functions of the marquee monitor.
The control panel looks like the original Daytona USA, with the same view button layout.
A camera is built into the monitor bezel that displays the user's face during the race in real-time.
Links up to 8 units. Built-in tournament features where operators can connect a keyboard to the game to input player data and setup a complete player bracket. At least 4 units must be connected to take advantage of the "Party Mode."
Standard model dimensions: H: 88? W: 42? D: 66?
Deluxe model dimensions: H: 93? W: 45? D: 72? Weight: 727 lbs.
Deluxe models feature a molded chrome engine under the seat.