Yes, the game is also there – and the lucky gamer only had to pay 1.398 million Taiwanese dollars ($46,300) at current exchange rates for this very rare bundle.
Someone really wanted the ultimate Gran Turismo Sport experience, so it threw away some money (the Miata is certainly dollars well spent, though) on this exclusive special edition – with the 2018 Mazda MX-5 Miata being customized specifically for this occasion. The Gran Turismo Sport Super Bundle includes everything you need to play the game before jumping into the real world behind the wheel of the Japanese roadster: PS4 Pro, Playstation VR Goggles, and a 12-month subscription to the PS Plus online service, along with a 65-inch Sony Bravia 4K OLED television and a Thrustmaster T-GT steering wheel and pedals… mounted to an Apiga AP1 sim racing seat.
Meanwhile, the bespoke 2018 Miata has the Soul Red body color as the base, overlaid with orange and silver stripes over the hood and lower portion of the trunk. A stylized GT logo has been plastered on the side of the roadster, and there are smaller emblems for the game on the fenders, hood, and trunk lid. Certainly a rave way to start the day with the new Gran Turismo Sport that is just now launching around the world.