Gran Turismo 7's Next Update is Coming This Week With

Gran Turismo 7’s Subsequent Replace is Coming This Week With 3 Extra New Vehicles

Kazunori Yamauchi, the mind behind the Gran Turismo series, announced an upcoming upgrade for Gran Turismo 7, which will be released next week and include additional content.

Yamauchi shared his customary teaser for the upcoming update on social media platforms, but with a creative change this time. Instead of a typical still picture of the new cars shrouded in darkness, the teaser for this month featured a brief clip that employed a cool scanning technique to unveil some of their features.

This provides a bit of extra assistance in distinguishing between the three cars, even though some are easier to recognize than the rest.

It’s nearly impossible to confuse the vehicle in the bottom-left corner for anything else, as the iconic, square design of the Renault 4 clearly stands out. As the scan moves across, you can briefly notice the distinctive “love handles” on the front bumper, indicating it’s a model from after 1967. Regardless, this timeless automobile—Renault’s competitor to the Citroen 2CV—is too dated for Brand Central. Considering its affordability and the fact that it’s fairly widespread, it’s expected to show up at the Used Car Dealer.

Beside it, there’s another recognizable silhouette that of the Audi TT. Different from the Renault, which is new to the game series, this car is making a comeback, representing the second generation version from past Gran Turismo games. Based on the glimpses of orange and the glimpsed wheels, it appears to be the TTS that was last featured in Gran Turismo 6.

At the peak of the range is a vehicle which is hard to distinguish because the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII and IX models look almost the same. Nevertheless, the recent teaser provides a quick glimpse of the front fog lights and — a subtle hint — a license plate with a brand name that indicates it is the Evo IX. It’s still unclear if this car is making a comeback, considering GT6 included the GSR version, or if it will be introduced in a new variant.

Certainly, these hints are just the initial phase in revealing the upcoming update, indicating that there will be new vehicle-related additions. As of now, we are unaware of any additional content, changes, or features that might be included, as such details will only be disclosed when the release date draws nearer.

Considering the update is set to be released just before the game’s two-year milestone, it’s possible that Polyphony Digital might celebrate this moment. Especially since the update before the first anniversary was significant — it even compared to the later Spec II update in November — and it was also when we were last introduced to a fresh race track featuring a hard-top, specifically the Grand Valley Highway-1.

We anticipate that the update will include additional engine replacements and Scapes destinations, along with an adjustment to the Weekly Challenges. Interestingly, this element has been paused for the week after the update but will restart on March 8.

Up to this point, there hasn’t been any announcement regarding the release date of the update. However, if past trends persist, we can anticipate the update to be released on the rare occurrence of Leap Day, which falls on Thursday, February 29. Stay tuned for more information as we receive it!

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