Gran Turismo 7 | August Update Teaser – 3 New Cars Revealed | New Update 1.2 Coming Next Week



Gran Turismo 7 | August Update Teaser – 3 New Cars Revealed | New Update 1.2 Coming Next Week

Gran Turismo 7 (commonly abbreviated as GT7) is an upcoming racing video game being developed by Polyphony Digital and will be published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It will be the eighth major release, the fourteenth game overall in the Gran Turismo video game series, the second game to be released on the PlayStation 4 and the first on PlayStation 5.[1] The game’s release date has been revealed to be on the 4th of March, 2022, on both consoles.
On the PlayStation 5, the developers claimed that it will utilize features such as ray-tracing, 3D audio, fast loading times from the console’s SSD and haptic feedback. It will also implement features from the past, present and future of the series.

In an interview with Japanese magazine Famitsu (and translated by Polygon.com) in September 2013, series creator Kazunori Yamauchi mentioned that GT7 would be coming to the PlayStation 4 console “in a year or two”. He also mentioned that it will be based on the same physics engine that Gran Turismo 6 uses.[2]

In an interview with GamesTM magazine in October of the same year, Yamauchi semi-confirmed a release for Gran Turismo 7″ sometime in 2015 or 2016″. He also spoke about how much more powerful the game will be on the PS4 and how much easier it is to develop on the new console versus the previous release, Gran Turismo 6, on the PlayStation 3.[3] The target release year was not met, however.

In 2016, a mention of GT7 was spotted in Nissan Motor Philippines’ website for the 2016 GT Academy Philippines competition held between July 1 to August 31, 2016. Due to the timing, it is very likely the live event pods were actually using a pre-release version of GT Sport.[4] (Coincidentally, GT Sport is internally codenamed as “GT7SP”).

In a 2018 interview with Japanese game news site Game Watch, Kazunori Yamauchi stated that since the release of Gran Turismo Sport, Polyphony Digital have begun working on the next Gran Turismo game.[5][6] This may suggest that GT7 did indeed start development on PlayStation 4 (there are rumors that developers began receiving then-upcoming PlayStation 5 developer kits as early as March 2017, but the developer kits were not reported to the public press until late 2019).

Announcement
On June 11, 2020, on the day of PlayStation 5 launch stream, an announcement trailer was released showing off GT7, showing us that GT7 will return to its roots rather than follow GT Sport’s approach, This has been the only mention of GT7 Since an interview with Kazunori Yamauchi in 2013.

It was confirmed by PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan that GT7 would be delayed to 2022, citing development issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On June 2, 2021, a blog post was released which hinted that the game may also arrive on PlayStation 4.[7] This was later confirmed on the trailer released during the 2021 PlayStation Showcase stream

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  1. I want to see these 170 cars in future updates of GT7 which I will mention below:

    Abarth 124 Spider '17 (2017)

    Abarth Grande Punto '09 (2009)

    Alfa Romeo 1900 C Sprint '51 (1951)

    Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale '68 (1968)

    Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio '17 (2017)

    Alfa Romeo Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde '11 (2011)

    Alfa Romeo GTV-6 '86 (1986)

    Alfa Romeo Montreal '70 (1970)

    Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 Duetto '66 (1966)

    Alpine A310 1600VE '73 (1973)

    Aston Martin AMR-1 '89 (1989)

    Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato '62 (1962)

    Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Coupe '00 (2000)

    Aston Martin DB9 Coupe '06 (2006)

    Aston Martin DBR1 '56 (1956)

    Aston Martin DBS '08 (2008)

    Aston Martin DBS Superleggera '19 (2019)

    Aston Martin V12 Zagato '12 (2012)

    Aston Martin V8 Vantage '99 (1999)

    Aston Martin Valkyrie '18 (2018)

    Audi e-tron GT '21 (2021)

    Audi quattro '82 (1982)

    Audi R18 TDI (Le Mans 2011)

    Audi R8 V10 plus '16 (2016)

    Audi RS 5 Coupé '11 (2011)

    Audi S1 '15 (2015)

    Audi TT RS Coupé '18 (2018)

    BMW 2002 Turbo '73 (1973)

    BMW 3.0 CSL Race Car '73 (1973)

    BMW 328 '36 (1936)

    BMW 507 '57 (1957)

    BMW 850CSi '95 (1995)

    BMW i8 '15 (2015)

    BMW M1 '81 (1981)

    BMW M5 '08 (2008)

    BMW M6 Coupé '13 (2013)

    BMW M8 Competition Coupé '20 (2020)

    BMW V12 LMR '99 (1999)

    BMW Z3 1.9L '97 (1997)

    BMW Z4 sDrive35is '11 (2011)

    Bugatti Chiron '16 (2016)

    Bugatti Divo '19 (2019)

    Bugatti EB110 GT '91 (1991)

    Bugatti Type 35 C '26 (1926)

    Cadillac CTS-V Coupe '11 (2011)

    Chaparral 2D '67 (1967)

    Chaparral 2E '66 (1966)

    Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 '70 (1970)

    Chevrolet Corvette Convertible (C1) '54 (1954)

    Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C8) '20 (2020)

    Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C5) '04 (2004)

    Chevrolet Nova SS '70 (1970)

    Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat '15 (2015)

    Dodge Charger 440 R/T '70 (1970)

    Dodge Dart GT '13 (2013)

    Dodge Viper ACR '16 (2016)

    Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR '08 (2008)

    Ferrari 125 S '47 (1947)

    Ferrari 250LM '63 (1963)

    Ferrari 410 Superamerica '56 (1956)

    Ferrari 488 GTB '15 (2015)

    Ferrari 575M Maranello '02 (2002)

    Ferrari 599 GTO '10 (2010)

    Ferrari 812 Superfast '17 (2017)

    Ferrari California '08 (2008)

    Ferrari F355 Berlinetta '94 (1994)

    Ferrari SF90 Stradale '20 (2020)

    Fiat X1/9 '75 (1975)

    Fittipaldi Motors EF7 Vision Gran Turismo by Pininfarina

    Ford Escort RS1600 '71 (1971)

    Ford Fiesta ST '14 (2014)

    Ford RS200 '84 (1984)

    Grand Touring Garage 1970 Ford Mustang Trans-Cammer

    Gumpert Apollo S '10 (2010)

    Honda 1300 Coupe 9 S '70 (1970)

    Honda CIVIC 1500 3door 25i '83 (1983)

    Honda Civic Si '14 (2014)

    Honda CR-X SiR '90 (1990)

    Honda CR-Z a '10 (2010)

    Hyundai Veloster Turbo '13 (2013)

    Infiniti G35 Coupe '06 (2006)

    Jaguar C-Type '51 (1951)

    Jaguar XJ220 '92 (1992)

    Jaguar XJ-S '90 (1990)

    Jaguar XK120 '48 (1948)

    KTM X-Bow GT4 '18 (2018)

    Lamborghini 350 GT '64 (1964)

    Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4 '16 (2016)

    Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4 '22 (2022)

    Lamborghini Espada 400 GT '73 (1973)

    Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 '08 (2008)

    Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera '11 (2011)

    Lamborghini Huracán Performante '18 (2018)

    Lamborghini Jalpa '88 (1988)

    Lamborghini Jarama S '72 (1972)

    Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVeloce '09 (2009)

    Lamborghini Reventon '08 (2008)

    Lamborghini Sesto Elemento '11 (2011)

    Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 '20 (2020)

    Lamborghini Urus '19 (2019)

    Lancia Fulvia Coupé Rallye 1.6 HF '68 (1968)

    Lexus LFA '10 (2010)

    Lotus Elan S1 '62 (1962)

    Lotus Elise '11 (2011)

    Lotus Esprit V8 '02 (2002)

    Lotus Europa S.2 '68 (1968)

    Lotus Evora '09 (2009)

    Maserati Ghibli S '14 (2014)

    Maserati MC12 '04 (2004)

    Maserati MC20 '20 (2020)

    Mazda 110S (L10B) '68 (1968)

    Mazda Autozam AZ-1 '92 (1992)

    Mazda RX-3 '73 (1973)

    McLaren 570S Coupe '15 (2015)

    McLaren 720S Coupe '17 (2017)

    McLaren Artura '21 (2021)

    McLaren P1 '13 (2013)

    McLaren Senna '18 (2018)

    Mercedes-AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+ 2017

    Mercedes-AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+ (Color Variation) 2017

    Mercedes-AMG One '21 (2021)

    Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo LH Edition

    Mercedes-Benz 280 SL '67 (1967)

    Mercedes-Benz SLK 55 AMG '12 (2012)

    Mitsubishi ECLIPSE GT '95 (1995)

    Mitsubishi ECLIPSE Spyder GTS '03 (2003)

    Mitsubishi GALANT GTO MR '70 (1970)

    Mitsubishi Starion ESI-R '88 (1988)

    Nissan Fairlady 2000 (SR311) '68 (1968)

    Nissan Fairlady Z 280Z-L 2seater (S130) '78 (1978)

    Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX (Z31) '83 (1983)

    Nissan Leaf G '11 (2011)

    Nissan SILVIA (CSP311) '65 (1965)

    Nissan SILVIA K's AERO (S14) '96 (1996)

    Nissan SKYLINE GTS-R (R31) '87 (1987)

    Nissan SKYLINE Hard Top 2000 RS-X Turbo C (R30) '84 (1984)

    Pagani Huayra BC '16 (2016)

    Pagani Zonda C12S 7.3 '02 (2002)

    Pagani Zonda F '05 (2005)

    Peugeot 905B Evo 1 Bis LM '92 (1992)

    Plymouth AAR Cuda 340 Six Barrel '70 (1970)

    Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack '71 (1971)

    Plymouth GTX 426 Hemi '71 (1971)

    Pontiac Fiero '84 (1984)

    Pontiac Firebird Trans Am WS6 '02 (2002)

    Pontiac GTO 5.7 Coupe '04 (2004)

    Pontiac Tempest Le Mans GTO '64 (1964)

    Porsche 911 Carrera 4S (992) '20 (2020)

    Porsche 911 Carrera S (997) '05 (2005)

    Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6 (964) '94 (1994)

    Porsche 928 GTS '93 (1993)

    Porsche 959 '86 (1986)

    Porsche 9FF GT9-R '09 (2009)

    Porsche Cayman S '13 (2013)

    Renault Sport Clio R.S. '11 (2011)

    RUF CTR2 '96 (1996)

    Shelby Monaco King Cobra '63 (1963)

    SUBARU 360 '58 (1958)

    Tesla Motors Roadster '08 (2008)

    MINOLTA Toyota 88C-V '89 (1989)

    Toyota 7 '70 (1970)

    Toyota CELICA 1600GT (TA22) '70 (1970)

    Toyota CELICA GT-FOUR Rally Car (ST205) '95 (1995)

    Toyota MR2 1600 G '86 (1986)

    Toyota SERA '92 (1992)

    TVR Tamora '02 (2002)

    TVR V8S '91 (1991)

    Volkswagen Jetta III VR6 '99 (1999)

    Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Coupe (Type-1) '68 (1968)

    Volvo C30 R-Design '09 (2009)

    The 5 remaining GT Sport cars and the racing version of the "BMW 3.0 CSL '73", with the name: "BMW 3.0 CSL Race Car '73". I expect GT7 to end up with 600+ cars. And I also hope that everyone likes my comment. Thanks.

  2. Pontiac GTO "The Judge" '69. The silhouette has the tachometer on the hood.
    Porsche Cayman GT4 '16. Road version of the '16 Cayman GT4 Clubsport Gr.4.
    McLaren-Honda MP4/4. This one will be quite expensive since it is a truly legendary car. Expect a price range of 6.000.000-10.000.000CR.
    +1 is the DeTomaso Mangusta Dior Edition (or whatever its name is). I expect a similar price range as the original DeTomaso Mangusta, might be a bit more expensive cause, you know, Dior.

  3. The GTO is rumored to be the "Judge" upper trim & performance pkg. I'm sure we'll be able to do the wide body treatment which will be very cool. Maybe we'll see if it'll be an engine swap candidate

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