Here we see great user thoughts on the new Fanatec CSL DD. With this replacing the CSL Elite, is this a massive leap forward for the CSL series?
In this video, we get to see user thoughts on the new Fanatec CSL DD, with this being the new standard of the CSL range is this a great direction for the franchise to be going in?
Of course it is, at what point would you read that and think it wasn’t. Anyway, moving on we see a video from Dan SimRacing on his change from the CSL Elite to the new CSL DD.
The CSL Elite for some has been that great racing wheel that has provided everything you need from a wheel/base before spending silly money on a Direct Drive setup.
However, in 2021 Fanatec decided to shake up the market by releasing the CSL as a new standard. No longer will the CSL range of wheelbase be belt and gear, it will be Direct Drive from now on.
This sent shockwaves through the sim racing community and other wheelbase manufacturers. Getting back to the video, Dan goes on to mention his transition from the Elite to the DD, is it worth the money and change?
After going public in 2006 the company was restructured and newly aligned. The Fanatec® brand is since fully focused on markets for virtual racing (SimRacing) and now offer a wide variety of products for this market segment like steering wheels, high quality pedals, shifters, cockpits and much more. All of these products are available in Europe, North America, and since 2012 also in Australia and Japan. Since the combination of advanced technology, features and quality is the basis for Endor’s past success, it will continue to define it in the future years as well.