a record electric and two other spectacular mounts

Last March, one of the most anticipated videogames for game lovers was released. car video games: Grand Touring 7‘. And now a new update has arrived that adds three new cars to the more than 300 available in the Polyphony Digital title for PS4 and PS5.

It’s about 1.23, released yesterday, Thursday, September 29. In other words, whoever has the game can now enjoy its new features.

In addition to the trio of mounts, they have included new locations for the mode Scapesnew track events, more customization options, compatibility adjustments for peripherals, and some bug fixes.

Two electric shotguns and a 90’s classic

The leading role in this update is taken by the three new cars what includes. Among them we find a mythical from the 90s, a record electric and a Vision Gran Turismo.

Nissan Silvia S14 Gran Turismo 7

A Japanese ninety. Starting with the first, it is the Nissan Silvia K’s Type S (S14), here known as the Nissan 200SX. He personified the sixth installment of this Japanese coupé, arriving in 1993. In ‘Gran Turismo 7’ it is available to buy in the ‘Legendary Cars’ section.

The Silvia had atmospheric and turbo variants, reaching up to 220 CV. In the menu we find both manual and automatic gearboxes being rear-wheel drive. A good icon suitable for petrolheads that we have seen, for example, in the first film of the ‘Fast & Furious’ saga with Letty at the helm.

The electric of all records. The second in contention is the Volkswagen ID.R, a great high-performance dabble in the German brand with zero emissions per flag. This single-seater prototype, developed together with Porsche, is a featherweight of just over 1,000 kg that moves thanks to two electric motors, one for each axle.

Volkswagen ID.R Gran Turismo 7

Together, they add up to a power of 500 kW (680 CV) and sign the 650 Nm of maximum torque. With these credentials, it signs 0-100 in 2.25 seconds and 0-200 in 5.0 seconds.

The ID.R has come to hold up to three records. Firstly, in its debut in 2018, it took the crown as the fastest car on the climb of Pikes Peak, with a time of 7:57.148 minutes.

Then came two other records. In June 2019 he became the fastest electric car to complete the Nordschleife at the Nürburgring (6:05.336 minutes).

And a month later he did the same at Goodwood, signing a stratospheric 39.9 seconds, being the fastest car to do so to date, although it has already been surpassed.

The Vision Gran Turismo from Stuttgart. This trio of novelties is closed by Porsche Vision Gran Turismo Spydera prototype born expressly for the video game like all of this saga and to which Porsche has finally joined.

Porsche Vision Gran Turismo Spyder in Gran Turismo 7

This is the recently arrived convertible variant of this all-wheel drive electric beast that, like the coupé, reaches up to 820 kW (1,115 hp) or up to a spectacular 950 kW (1,292 hp) with the Overboost Launch Control function.

Its credentials mirror those of the closed version: it accelerates from standstill to 100 km/h in 2.1 seconds and to reach 200 km/h it needs only 5.4 seconds. Its tip is set at 350 km/h.

Other news. In addition to these three mounts, ‘Gran Turismo 7’ adds the California and Tokyo locations for the mode Scapesthat is, two new backgrounds with which to photograph cars.

And four new events have also been incorporated for the ‘Circuits of the World’, as well as compatibility with various steering wheels or bug fixes.


Source: Motorpasión by www.motorpasion.com.

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