Gran Turismo 7: most recent update, version 1.23, is now out and brings three new vehicles, new races to learn, and menu books.
The update on PlayStation 5 and 1.8GB on PlayStation 4, doesn’t include any significant functional improvements. Thus, users wishing to be able to sell automobiles immediately will have to wait.
Undoubtedly, we were aware of the three autos coming to the update before it happened. The weekend silhouette post by Kazunori Yamauchi, the developer of the Gran Turismo video game franchise, contributed to this, but they were also confirmed yesterday.
Update 1.23 New Cars
- Nissan Silvia (S14) K’s Type S 1994 – Used Cars – 60,000cr
- Porsche Vision Gran Turismo Spyder – Brand Central – 1,000,000cr
- Volkswagen ID.R 2019 – Brand Central – 2,000,000cr
The featured vehicle is the Volkswagen ID.R, a purpose-built electric time attack vehicle. It has broken EV and overall records in competitions and courses on three continents. It is seen here in the lowest drag version that it ran at the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Nurburgring in 2019 to break records for electric vehicles and the track.
However, devoted Gran Turismo players might be more thrilled by the Nissan. Gran Turismo 7 features the S14 Silvia for the first time with the S13 and S15 in PS4 games. The Type S model still has the 217hp SR20DET and standard limited-slip differential despite lacking the aggressive body kit of the Aero type that was previously shown in PS3-generation games.
The final car is a Spyder version of the Porsche Vision Gran Turismo, one of the game’s two cover vehicles. The Spyder, a single-seat “monoposto” with a permanently open cockpit modeled after road racers from the 1950s, keeps the original’s 1,100hp dual-motor EV’s characteristics in a more enticing design.
Are you excited for the newly released cars, events, and menu books?
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