Gran Turismo 7 is updated on PlayStation 5 with three new Japanese cars and options in the GT Café or Scapes to enhance the single-player experience.
Gran Turismo 7 receive tomorrow Thursday September 28 a new free update for all players on PlayStation 5, with new vehicles, options for the GT Café, and new locations in Scapes mode.
Gran Turismo 7 update 1.38 features three new Japanese vehicles: a recently launched sports model, a specially modified classic, and a new-generation racing vehicle.
Discover the new cars coming to Gran Turismo 7, as well as other new features in the game, with the addition of two new menus in the GT Café that expand the single-player experience.
What’s new in Gran Turismo 7 version 1.38
The main novelty of this patch 1.38 is the three new cars (as in all game updates). For those who, yes, will have to farm credits to buy them…
The three new cars in Gran Turismo 7 are:
Honda Civic Type R Garage RCR Civic MAZDA3 Gr. 4
They are very interesting vehicles for motor enthusiasts. He Garage RCR Civic 2017, for example, is one of the clearest examples of the JDM (Japanese Domestic Market), which adapts and personalizes vehicles to the preferences of the Japanese public.
While the MAZDA3 Gr. 4 is a racing car powered by biodiesel, created for endurance tests (Super Taikyu 2023). Their goal was to achieve a real balance between zero carbon emissions and driving enjoyment.
Gran Turismo 7 also receives other new features in this update. GT Café mode is expanded with two new menus for the GT Caféwith new events based on Porsche supercars and Toyota’s GR range.
In addition, a total of 29 new places to take photos in Scapes mode have been added in this Gran Turismo 7 update 1.38now available for download on PlayStation 5.