of Gran Turismo 7 The upgrade, scheduled for November 24, 2022, will include not only the usual new cars, but also additional trucks. Players can lap his Atlanta Michelin Raceway Road pretending to be racing at Petit Le Mans.
Road Atlanta in Braselton, Georgia is 2.54 miles (4.088 km). It has 12 corners and a height difference of 124.7 feet (38 m). The longest straight section is 0.7922 miles (1,275 m) long.
There are also 3 new cars to drive and they come from 3 different decades of driving.
of 2018 BMW M2 Competition The latest addition from this bunch. This model is the previous generation of the current model. Equipped with a twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight-six engine. 405 hp (302 kW) and 406 lb-ft (551 Newton-meters) of torqueAccording to factory specs, the six-speed manual coupe hits 60 miles per hour (96 kilometers per hour) in 4.2 seconds. A 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox cuts his time down to 4.0 seconds. The electronically limited top speed is 155 mph (249 kmph), but his optional M Driver package allows him to go up to 174 mph (280 kmph).
For comparison, The current M2 is also equipped with a twin-turbo 3.0-liter straight-six engine, but it makes 453 hp (333 kW) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm). The coupe reaches 60 mph in 4.1 seconds with the manual and 3.9 seconds with the eight-speed automatic.
another new car for Gran Turismo 7 1996 Nissan Silvia K’s Aero. The Silvia got a facelift for his 1996 with a more rounded bonnet tip and tweaked headlights to match the new look. The K’s model uses a 4-cylinder with a 2.0-liter turbocharger that generates 217hp (162kW) in the rear wheel rotation.
If you prefer this generation’s Silvia’s previous look, check it out Gran Turismo 7‘s September update. 1994 Silvia K Type S included.
Finally, we have the 1987 Ford Sierra RS 500 Cosworth. Gran Turismo 7 With the November update. This model was a hot version of the already spicy Sierra RS Cosworth. Changes included things like a bigger turbo and intercooler. In road-going trim, the engine produced 224 horsepower (167 kW).
This year marks the quarter-century anniversary of the 1997 release of Gran Turismo on the original PlayStation in Japan. To mark this milestone, his Red Bull X2019 in-game gets his 25th Anniversary Special Edition livery, featuring a purple, blue, red and white paint scheme.
It’s a small change, but there are two new locations for taking pictures of cars in Gran Turismo’s Scapes mode. Illuminations are at Shinko Central Square in Yokohama, Japan. It consists of a number of lights and a geodesic dome framework. Road Atlanta is another fresh location where players can not only race the course, but also pose for the rides there.