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The original arcade game has three levels, designated into difficulties. Beginner is “Big Forest”, intermediate is “Bay Bridge” and expert is “Acropolis”. Each level has its own special feature, for example, the amusement park in “Big Forest”, or the “Bay Bridge” itself, or the tight hairpin of “Acropolis”. When selecting a car, the player can choose different transmission types. VR introduced the “V.R. View System” by allowing the player to choose one of four views to play the game. There was also a Deluxe version, known as the V.R. DX cabinet type, which is also a single-player machine and has a 16:9 aspect-ratio Hantarex monitor (the first use of a widescreen aspect ratio monitor in an arcade game), and 6 airbags (3 on each side) built into the seat that will inflate and “nudge” the player when cornering, and one more airbag on the player’s back that inflates under braking. The seat is also adjustable via “forward” and “back” buttons using air pressure. V.R. DX’s force-feedback steering also uses two pneumatic cylinders to rotate the steering wheel, which differs from the electric motor-and-clutch system that the upright and twin versions use (which have no inbuilt air system), so the steering feel is quite different. The Sega 32X version, also known as Virtua Racing Deluxe, was released in 1994, developed by Sega AM2, and published by Sega under the Sega Sports label. It performed much more closely to the original arcade and included two extra cars (“Stock” and “Prototype”) as well as two new tracks (“Highland” and “Sand Park”).