The setup comes with everything you see below, the monitors, chair, armatures, steering wheel and pedals. A 5.1 surround sound system, a top end gaming PC, and a copy of their own game iRacing. The setup also supports ganes like F1 2011, Dirt 3, and Battlefield 2 (Kid not included). This setup is also compatible with the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
This setup is not for the faint-hearted, or for the average gamer for that matter. The iMotion is for the most hardcore and devoted racing enthusiast, that has that kind of money to throw away. But in my opinion if you want the most realistic racing experience and want to spend 32k? Why not simply go out and buy yourself a mid-ranged sports car and take it to your local track day, I bet you would have a lot more fun with that than you would this setup. But then again doing that has one small downfall, you could die.
So if you're a hard core racing aficionado, have $32,000 to spare, and don't fee like dying in a horrible racing accident, then the iMotion is for you.
You can speak with VRX, and learn more about about the iMotion in more detail on their website.
Source: Kotaku, VRX