Simucube Release Its First Ever Sim Racing Wheel: Tahko GT-21

Popular sim racing wheel base manufacturer Simucube have released their first ever steering wheel, and boy is it a nice one. Here are all of the details of the new Simucube Tahko GT-21!

Simucube Tahko GT-21

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This brand new sim racing steering wheel rim is the first from long-time sim racing wheelbase manufacturer Simucube. It is the first time Simucube has designed and manufactured its own first-party sim racing wheel rim. And it has been designed to work harmoniously with their wheelbase hardware.

Being a Simucube product, this steering wheel is designed for high-end sim racing. And it was even created with the help of professional drivers, to ensure it fits the bill perfectly.

Let’s take a look at this exciting new sim racing wheel, and see why you should be interested in it.

The Design of the Tahko GT 21

From the outset, you can see that the Tahko GT-21 is designed with a GT-style steering wheel. The wheel itself is semi-circular, with a flat bottom. In fact, it looks very similar to a Cube Controls GT Sport wheel.

On the face of the wheel itself are a whole host of buttons, designed to make sim racing as seamless as possible. These feature ten push buttons, a 7-way switch and a rotary encoder. These are laid out in a classic three-cluster layout, with three in each corner of the wheel.

These buttons and inputs will allow the sim racer to adjust force feedback settings in real-time while racing, as well as adjusting functions within the car itself such as traction control, ABS etc.


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Simucube has ensured that the whole wheel stands up to some rigorous sim racing. It has been manufactured to an industrial level, meaning there shouldn’t be any flex at all during use.

Simucube has described the paddle shifters on the rear of the wheel as a combination of the best properties that other wheels offer. This allows the Tahko GT-21 to achieve an immersive paddle-shifting experience for all-around racing requirements.


How much does the Simucube Tahko GT-21 cost?

The Simucube Tahko GT-21 is reasonably expensive, although it is in line with other competition from brands such as Cube Controls. The price tag sits at a cool €822.96.

While this is more expensive than a regular sim racing wheel rim from brands such as Thrustmaster and Fanatec. It is actually not too badly priced for a professional wheel rim of this quality.

The Tahko GT-21 wheel rim is designed to compete with brands such as Cube Controls and Ascher racing, where sim racing gets as close as possible to reality. Wheel rims from these brands tend to cost more due to their more high-end design, putting the Tahko GT-21 in line in terms of pricing.


When will the Simucube Tahko GT-21 be available to buy?

The SimuCube Tahko GT-21 was released in November 2021, and is currently in stock to buy now.


How compatible is the Tahko GT-21?

Without a shadow of a doubt, the newly released Tahko GT-21 will be compatible with all current Simucube hardware. This means it will work like a dream with the Simucube wheelbases, from the Sport to the Pro and Ultimate models.


Simucube Tahko GT-21 full feature list

  • Two digital and adjustable magnetic paddles
  • 7–way switch (4 directions, rotary encoder, middle button)
  • Ten high-quality industrial-grade buttons
  • Rotary encoder
  • Wireless technology utilizing Simucube Wireless Wheel System
  • 320 mm. lightweight CNC-Finished steel flat GT-Rim with durable Suede fabric finish
  • Weight 2.1 kg
  • Replaceable battery which lasts 5 years
  • Simucube Wheelside Quick Release included

Watch the full reveal and feature video below

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Article written by Mjolnir

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Mjolnir is one of the main setup creators and content writers for SimRacingSetups. He has had years of experience in sim racing, both competitively and casually. After a decade of sim racing experience, he co-founded SimRacingSetup.com to share his passion and knowledge of sim racing and Formula 1 with other sim racers.

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