Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.27 Adds FIVE New Cars and More Quality Changes


Gran Turismo fans are getting their early Christmas presents a little earlier – for December, 5 new cars have been added to the game; well, 4, actually, but that’s more than the usual 3 cars per few months. Thank Kazunori.





So what’s in store, you ask? There’s the 2020 Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm at 220,000cr, the 2016 Bugatti Chiron at 3,000,000cr, and the 2020 C8 Corvette Stingray at 85,000cr. But then you might ask, where’s the other two?



Well, Ferrari’s Vision Gran Turismo, which, like all other Vision GT cars of the past, has only been developed for the game, will be on sale by December 23rd; unless you are one of the players who entered the Viewer’s Gift Campaign event and got all the answers correctly, then you’ll be able to claim the car via a gift ticket. Those lucky enough to have answered the final question correctly will be saving 1,000,000cr. With a twin turbo V6 pushing up to 1000 horsepower, it’s a digital bankbreaker, less you have no interest in these concept cars.



The last model would be the iconic Celica GT-FOUR Rally Car from 1995, one of the most controversial cars in the golden ages for rally that resulted in Toyota’s one-year suspension from the sport. Priced at 250,000cr, it’s a limited model and will be sold at the Legend Cars dealership starting December 15. Price is subject to change, however, due to the dynamic pricing.


New events include a 5 lap-race around the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza and Mount Panorama Racing Circuit tracks, and a 2-lap race in the Nürburgring Nordschleife. The GT Café has updated their menu with the addition of the Straight-Six BMWs, which includes the M2 Competition, the E46 M3, and the original 3.0 CSL. The Bugatti book is a pricey one, requiring you to obtain the marque’s Vision GT, Chiron, and Veyron models. For that, you could get a six-star engine ticket. Speaking of which, there’s new engine swaps to try out, and as well as several bug fixes. That being said, Merry Christmas to you folks.



p dir=”ltr”>(Images sourced from Polyphony Digital)

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