Looks like Gran Turismo Sport is getting another new car. A new car that’s just launched in real life more specifically. Porsche’s first all-electric four-door sports car, the Porsche Taycan Turbo S, will be in the racing game soon.
The Taycan, the production version of the Mission E car, was officially unveiled last week. Despite the name, it is not turbo-powered. But rather its name, and design cues are a nod to the original 911 line.
To model the car in Gran Turismo Sport, both teams at Porsche and Polyphony Digital took 9 months.
The Porsche 917 Living Legend design study, a concept car created for the anniversary of the original Porsche 917 race car, and also a new Vision Gran Turismo by the Stuttgart-based marque, will also be added to Gran Turismo Sport. These will come in the first half of 2020.
This means that Gran Turismo Sport is still in active development, even up to next year.
The Porsche Taycan Turbo S is scheduled to arrive in next month’s Gran Turismo Sport update, in October. This will come alongside the Michelin-branded content.
Source: Gran Turismo