Gran Turismo 7 presented new update

Speed ​​and racing fans get ready, the new Gran Turismo 7 update includes four new vehicles to race.

Check out the trailer and discover these new cars and the new tracks ‘Autumn Leaves’ and ‘Whitby’.

Maserati Merak SS ’80

The high performance version of the Merak model. This vehicle features an increase in the compression ratio, compared to the previous model, and other adjustments to tune the engine up to 216 hp, increasing the top speed from 139.8 mph to 155.3 mph.

Mazda Roadster NR-A (ND) ’22

The ND has a special focus on sports driving. Additionally, the ’22 model includes enhancements such as the introduction of the new Kinematic Stance Control system that greatly increases rear-end stability and competition trim, making it easy to turn this car into a thoroughbred racing machine. . The NR-A may be the answer to many drivers’ prayers, offering as much fun on the city streets as it does on the track.

Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110) ’73

Only 197 examples of this GT-R were built before it was sadly discontinued due to stricter emissions regulations. This one should have won a lot of racing series. The S20 was almost a pure racing engine, and it could not overcome this relentless demand. So Nissan made a difficult decision. After only 3 months, this GT-R disappeared, never having raced.

Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 ’18

A specialized car for racing and competition. The 2018 model improved the rigidity of the front body and redesigned the suspensions and the longitudinal members of both the front and the rear to provide a precise response to the body. The engine layout also received improvements to provide better airflow and better cooling as a result. By perfecting the airflow, it was also possible to improve the stability of the bodywork on high-speed sections.