The free Gran Turismo 7 update for May will include the Toyota GR010 Hybrid that has held Le Mans for 24 hours and the SEMA Award-winning GoPro Rampage Camaro 1970.
As was the case during the life of the GT Sport and even now with Gran Turismo 7, enigmatic car enthusiasts are posting teaser images of the new vehicles coming into the game just days before their arrival.
Today, May 21, he tweeted “The update is coming next week” alongside an image showing three cars.
The exact date of the next update has not been confirmed. In the April update of the extended racing game, three cars have been added along with several new events and quality of life changes. We’re expecting something similar next week with the May update. I hope lobbies are polished…
Toyota GR010 Hybrid
The FIA World Endurance Championship and 24 Hours of Le Mans winning Hypercar have been confirmed for the inclusion of Gran Turismo 7 in mid-April as it will be used in the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing GT Cup esports competition.
We now know he’ll arrive before the end of May, marking his official debut in a contemporary racing sim title.
Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and Jose Maria Lopez have piloted the GR010 – which uses a complex blend of a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6, electric motor, lithium-ion batteries and a seven-speed sequential semi-automatic gearbox – for both the World Championship and the 2021 Laurel Endurance Race.
Mysterious convertible car
Unfortunately, as of now, we’re not sure what the identity of the car hidden in the bottom left of the photo of the year is – yet. We currently carry our minds of contemporary convertible sports cars with a sleek, low body. If you have any ideas, let us know in the comments below.
GoPro Rampage Camaro 1970
The Specialty Equipment Market Association’s annual trade show is a way to show off in the automotive aftermarket how extreme tweaks can be.
The Las Vegas event also features Laurel from Yamauchi – SEMA Gran Turismo Awards.
In theory, the modified car that won this award appears in the future Gran Turismo title. There have been 18 winners so far since 2003 and the majority are in at least one Gran Turismo game.
Now it’s the turn of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro. Under the hood is a compact LS7 V8 tuned to 750 hp. While the look may be retro, each body panel is brand new and created with carbon fibres.
It joins Chris Holstrom Concepts Chevy Nova 1967, Eckerts Rod, Custom Mach Forty and Wicked Fabrication GT 51 cars as previous SEMA Award winners within Gran Turismo 7.
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