Gran Turismo 7 launches in less than three months, and Sony and Polyphony Digital have been consistently doling out new details on the upcoming racing sim. Recently, a promotional pamphlet published for the game in Japan was also discovered by Twitter user @bookkyamp, which has revealed more new details about the game.
According to the pamphlet, Gran Turismo 7 will have over 90 tracks “with realistic weather and realistic scenery” (via VGC), including the likes of Le Mans and Nürburgring, or fictional tracks like the recently showcased Deep Forest Raceway. There’s also mention of over 420 car models, each boasting “the highest quality ever”, of which over 300 are going to be post-2011 cars,, in addition to several historic cars, including Japanese vehicles from the ’80s and ’90s.
Players will have a massive garage where over 1000 cars can be stored, while tuning and customization are also detailed, with over 60 automobile brands being represented. This includes parts for your engine, tires, breaks, suspension, supercharger, turbocharger, weight reduction, rigidity increase, and much more. Over 130 wheels and over 600 aero parts will also be available.
Meanwhile, where the photo mode Scapes is concerned, there will be over 2500 locations across 40 different countries to take photographs of your vehicles in. A “License Center” will also serve as an in-depth tutorial to show you the ropes, and you can also expect several different kinds of mission challenges across a variety of unique events.
Gran Turismo 7 is out on March 4, 2022 for PS5 and PS4.
— riku (@bookkyamp) December 17, 2021