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New Cars, Tracks And Rain Weather Spotted In Gran Turismo Sport Ahead Of GT World Tour Nurburgring Event


Gran Turismo Sport’s upcoming update has usually been teased through its official esports tournaments, and the same is happening right now. This weekend will see the Gran Turismo World Tour event heading to the Nurburgring, in conjunction with the Nurburgring 24 Hours race.

With that, the folks attending the event ahead of time got to have a look at the game, again running a build with never-before-seen content.

Here were a few new cars spotted by the pro players in attendance. Here are four cars as spotted by Mikhail Hizal (TRL_Lightning):

The cars are as follows:

  • 2000 Renault Sport Clio V6 24V
  • 1965 Toyota Sports 800
  • 2019 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro
  • 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

GTPlanet also spotted and reported that there will a road course for Sardegna, which is now available as a rally track. The road course will have three different layouts.

Not only that, there is also some footage of the Red Bull Ring track in the wet. Yes, rain is actually going to be a feature in GT Sport.

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We have seen rain and wet tracks in a limited capacity in a few of the campaign missions, available back when the game launched in 2017. But rain or a wet track was never an option outside of that. Those wet and intermediate tyres will finally have its use in the game.

If a leak proved to be correct, we might be seeing the players racing in the wet during GT World Tour event.

If all of these features will be added to the next content update, boy is it a meaty one. Especially after the recent months which see a slight drop in the quantity of free content. Not that we complaining.

The GT World Tour event will commence this weekend- June 21st-22nd, with players competing in the Nations Cup and Manufacture Series. There will also be an exhibition race for the Toyota GR Supra Cup, a one-make series featuring only the new Toyota Supra. Like the many events before, you can see the action unfold live on stream on Gran Turismo’s YouTube channel here.