The new Gran Turismo 7 update has driver ratings and new cars; along with the vehicle content, there will be 40 new Scapes locations.
The official announcement for Gran Turismo 7 has been made, revealing the five new cars gamers will be able to drive from December 15. The update will be released for PlayStation and include new cars, including the Bugatti Chiron, Chevrolet Corvette C8, and the upcoming Giulia.
During the scheduled downtime, which lasts from approximately 3 am to 7 am GMT (UTC), the site will remain inaccessible until the upgrade is complete.
We don’t yet know if they will be brand-new models or just ones that were improved in one way or another. However, we know that there won’t be any significant new circuits included in the game.
Naturally, the teaser shows the Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo up close. It was unveiled just before our eyes at the GT World Finals in Monaco back in May, but not everyone will get their hands on one right away.
Because “Early Access” will only be given to those who answer the fourth and final Question correctly in the week after the Nations Cup Final, it will be sent to them for free. Everyone else has to wait until it becomes available in the game’s store on December 23.
It has some styling cues from older Ferraris, including the 330 P4 and the Modulo Concept Car. It also features an electric assist powertrain similar to the one used by the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.
There are three new-to-the-series cars alongside the new Ferrari, which all sit among our members’ most highly requested vehicles.
Bugatti’s Chirons, once the world’s fastest cars, will now appear in their standard forms. Arguably, these cars were long overdue, considering that the Bugatti Vision GT released in 2015 showed off the Chiron, which previewed the Chiron. This supercar has an output of 1500 horsepower and speeds up to 261 miles per hour.
Chevy Corvette, the first total production mid-engined Corvette, debuted in this latest version in Stingray style. It features a new 6.2-liter, 490 horsepower V8, which completely changes the American sports car’s character. In addition, players will now be able to compare it with previous generations of Corvettes.
Finally, there’s the Alfa Romeos GTAm. With the quadrifoglio already producing almost two times the power of any other vehicle in the range, thanks to a Ferrari-designed 2.9-liter twin-turbo V 6, it isn’t easy to envision needing anything more.
However, Alfa turned the motor up even higher and put the car on a strict weight loss program, removing the rear seats for a GTAm version. It’s one of those fast cars that can get out of control if pushed too far. Will driver ratings change also?
There’s also the re-emergence of a firm fan favorite. A legendary but highly controversial machine, the center of a scandal in the World Racing Championship, has been present in the GT3 class for years but was unexpectedly absent from GT Sport.
40 Scapes Included In The Gran Turismo 7 Update
There’ll be a new set of 40 Scapes locations in Norway, but nothing else has been revealed yet. According to official figures released by Sony Interactive Entertainment, Gran Turismo 7 players have driven 13 billion kilometers between them in 2022.
Gran Turismo series developer Kazunori Yamauchihas revealed that data from Gran Turismo 7 show a generational divide among fans who play the racing simulator.
New Gran Turismo 7 daily races are now available, covering the following seven-day period. They feature two of the oldest racecourses still used today.
It seems that we only know that some new cars will be added to the Gran Turismo 7 update when the game releases next week. Unfortunately, driver ratings are still TBD.