From Japan came new valuable information on the number of cars, tracks and other content that will be included in Gran Turismo 7 when it arrives on the market in March next year.
Sony has distributed to some Japanese retailers of Yodobashi Camera a free promotional booklet full of valuable details about Gran Turismo 7. The photos of the pages took us very little to finish on Twitter and to go around the network, offering us Westerners the opportunity to discover the information they hide.
In the booklet it is first specified that virtual drivers will be able to purchase from the dealer of Brands Central a total of 300 cars produced from 2011 onwards from 60 different brands. At a used car salesman they will find vehicles from the 80s and 90s. How many cars will be in total? The booklet does not reveal this, but in a video by Gran Turismo 7 published yesterday – in the breakant dedicated to Scapes mode, to be precise – a total of 428 cars is reported. Among these there will also be two absolute novelties for the series, namely the Ferrari F8 Tribute of 2020 and the F12 Berlinetta, both on display in the booklet in question.
The text specifies that the Garage can contain as many as 1,000 cars, while GT Auto will offer 600 aerodynamic objects and 130 different types of wheels. It also quotes “more than 90” circuit configurations (GT Planet is convinced that it already identified 91, including those of Trial Mountain, High Speed Ring and Deep Forest) and over 2,500 locations in 40 countries for Scapes mode