The most important thing in a racing game is undeniably the vehicles available. In the case of Gran Turismo 7, Polyphony Digital is keen to keep expanding the fleet. Three new racing cars will be driving into the simulation garage this week.
Gran Turismo 7 fans really don’t have to complain about a lack of vehicle selection. The fleet of the racing simulation already included a whopping 428 cars when it was released, and the developers at Polyphony Digital have been eagerly delivering ever since. Numerous updates have increased the number of cars to 452, but the end of the subsequent deliveries is far from being reached.
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Producer Kaz Yamauchi announced three more cars with a tweet that would soon turn into Gran Turismo 7. However, he has not yet named any specific models, instead he only published a picture with the silhouettes of the cars.
Of course, the fans are already guessing which cars it could be. Under discussion are the Nissan Skyline (R32) GT-R Nismo, the 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GT and Greening Auto Company’s 1971 Ford Maverick. As I said, all information without guarantee, currently it is only speculation.
A specific date for the May update of Gran Turismo 7 is also currently missing, but server maintenance has been announced for May 25, 2023. The patch will probably be available from this point onwards. By then at the latest we will also know which improvements and features the developers are continuing to build. For example, the April update brought fresh race types, new vehicle upgrade levels, and fresh menus for the GT Cafe.