The hardware manufacturer has announced the GPX and GPX LightBack controllers for Xbox 360, and the Ferrari Challenge steering wheel for PC and PlayStation 3.
Thrustmaster's GPX Lightback comes with two innovative features, ministicks enhanced with precision gauges and a Light Feedback function.
The company claims that the controller's optimised firmware will provide twice a much precision as a standard pad, while its LED lighting and vibration feature will respond to in-game events such as collisions and gunfire.
The GPX provides a similarly ergonomic experience to the Lightback with its dual vibration motors, but does not feature LED support.
Thrustmaster's Ferrari Challenge Wheel is a refined version of the firm's officially licensed racing peripheral for Xbox 360 and PS3, offering more buttons than the previous model and a new pedal set.
All three peripherals will be available next month, with the GPX priced at £27.99 ($44), the GPX Lightback costing £39.99 ($63), and the Ferrari Challenge Wheel set at around £23.50 ($37).