Have you been wondering what new cars are coming to Gran Turismo 7?
The wait is finally over as the December update has been released and we now know what cars you’ll now be able to drive for the first time in the game.
Not so muc time has passed since the addition of Road Atlanta and three cars to Gran Turismo 7, yet five new vehicles have recently been unveiled for the December update.
Just in time for the holidays, an update of five cars has arrived – making it the largest post-release patch we’ve seen yet when it comes to new vehicles!
What new cars have been added in the GT7 December update?
The new cars included in the GT7 December update are:
- FerrariVision Gran Turismo
- Alfa Romeo Giulia Gtam
- Toyota Celica GT-Four ST205 Rally Car
- Chevrolet Corvette C8
- Bugatti Chiron
Let’s now have a look at each of them in detail.
Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo
This car is the result of a great collaboration between Ferrari and Polyphony Digital. It’s a hybrid hypercar powered by a twin-turbo V6 and electric motors that produce an impressive 950 horsepower. The car has a carbon fibre monocoque and is designed to be as aerodynamic as possible.
In case you were wondering, this car will be available to purchase from Brand Central by the 23rd of December.
Alfa Romeo Giulia GTam
The Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm is next in line, boasting a Sauber Engineering aerodynamic kit and an enormous exhaust system. This meaner, leaner version of its parent model – the Guilia Quadrifoglio – can reach top speeds nearing 200mph!
The ‘m’ in GTA/GTAm stands for “modificata”, and there’s also a standard version that doesn’t feature the same aerodynamic components. The 500 limited-edition models of this vehicle have already sold out – don’t miss your chance to own one!
Toyota Celica GT-Four ST205 Rally Car
The Toyota Celica is a legendary rally car that has won multiple world championships in the hands of PRO drivers like Juha Kankkunen and co-driver Nicky Grist.
The ST205 Rally car is the latest version that was released in 1995 and it features a turbocharged 3S-GTE engine producing
After its debut in Gran Turismo HD Concept for PlayStation 3, this premium car model was absent from GT Sport – until now. It’s finally making a triumphant return!
As the FerrariVision, the Celica is also purchasable in Brand Central from the 23rd of December.
Chevrolet Corvette C8
The much-awaited eighth generation of the American classic sports car is finally here. With its 6.2-liter V8 engine and eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox, the
Reportedly, engineers were taken aback by the Ferrari 458 Italia in both its placement of the engine and its non-turbocharged powertrain.
It’s a pure masterpiece and having it come to Gran Turismo 7 is definitely something to look forward to!
The ultimate hypercar in the world has arrived at the Gran Turismo 7 lineup. The Bugatti Chiron has an 8-litre W16 engine that produces 1,500 PS and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in an insane 2.5 seconds!
It’s a car worthy of the Bugatti name and its presence will definitely be felt when you get behind the wheel.
It’s no shock that you’d need a Brand Central invite to get your hands on this one with its price tag of £2.5 million before options – it certainly isn’t pocket change!
So there you have it, all five new cars that have been added in the GT7 December update.
It’s now a lot easier to find your dream car with all these new additions, and you can really feel the difference when driving around the track.
Whether you’re into rally cars, hypercars GT3s- there’s something here for everyone!
All in all, the GT7 December update has certainly delivered on its promise of new cars and we can’t wait for more in the future.