Gran Turismo 7's Next Update Will Add the Toyota GT One,

Gran Turismo 7’s Subsequent Replace Will Upload the Toyota GT-One, Coming This Week

The developer of the Gran Turismo series, Kazunori Yamauchi, has announced on social media that the next Gran Turismo 7 update would include three new vehicles, one of which will be a longtime favorite of the series.

Taking a detour for the second month in a row, Yamauchi shared his now-familiar “silhouettes” on the website formerly known as Twitter on Saturday instead of the more customary Sunday.

The postings from this month and last month are really videos, as opposed to the static pictures of the automobiles that were substantially covered in shadow in all of the prior articles. This month’s Tweet has a little less information, with the radar-like scanning lines showing far less, but the three cars’ engines are still audible:

The one in the bottom-right corner, with the distinctly shaped Toyota GT-One, or TS020, is perhaps the one that will get the most notice. Since its debut in Gran Turismo 2, the GT-One has been a devoted favorite among Gran Turismo players. It represented Toyota’s effort to win the 24 Hours of Le Mans during the bizarre, anarchic late 1990s period.

Created to capitalize on certain provisions under the homologation laws, Toyota only manufactured two GT-One road versions, neither of which it offered for sale to the general public. It was a true racing vehicle, in contrast to its competitors Mercedes-Benz and Porsche.

Sadly, all three of the vehicles had mishaps in the races in 1998 and 1999. The most memorable was the tragic pursuit in the last hour of the 1999 event, when the #3 car had a tire failure just inches from the overall winner.

The Tweet makes it unclear which of the three GT-One iterations—the road vehicle, the 1998 GT1, or the 1999 LMGTP—is making an appearance in the game, but the latter seems to have the taller rear wing.

The Toyota will be accompanied by two contemporary performance vehicles, one more polarizing than the other, both from the Volkswagen Group but in quite different configurations.

The second-generation Audi R8, which will eventually join its first-generation sibling in the game, is seen in the bottom-left corner. The R8, which is only capable of running on a 5.2-liter V10 engine, comes in a variety of models; however, the rear wing indicates that it is the all-wheel drive coupe or Plus variant, not the later RWS.

Finally, a year after Yamauchi’s remarks about bringing SUVs back to the series, the top vehicle is one that will undoubtedly divide views as Gran Turismo 7’s first SUV. Of course, it is the Lamborghini Urus, the company’s first SUV. This massive two-ton vehicle, which has a 640 horsepower V8 straight out of the Audi RS6, is based on the same platform as the Audi Q7, Bentley Bentayga, and Porsche Cayenne.

The cars that will be added to the game are the only things that these Tweets disclose; all other information will be kept secret until closer to the release date. Although the last new road circuit site was Grand Valley Highway-1 in February 2023, fans have been clamoring for more new track material. We’re not sure what to anticipate on that front just yet.

We would anticipate further details on Wednesday, March 27, ahead of the report on Thursday, March 28, if the regular timetables continue. Keep an eye here for the most recent updates!

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