Gran Turismo 7: Check out the three new cars coming this week

Gran Turismo 7

According to series producer Kazunori Yamauchi, a new teaser image released on Twitter will reveal three new cars for Gran Turismo 7 next week, between 25th July and 31st July.

According to the plan for new Gran Turismo 7 content updates, numerous bug patches and changes are released throughout the month, and something more significant debuts in the final full week of the month.

There isn’t much information available regarding the upcoming update, but fans are still expecting a new circuit and the opportunity to buy and trade cars.

Read more: Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.19 Patch Notes: Everything we know so far


Three new cars coming this week on Gran Turismo 7

The update, which is anticipated to launch the week of 25th July 2022 and was teased on social media by franchise creator and producer Kazunori Yamauchi, features at least three mystery cars.

However, this month’s sneaky glance at the new arrivals is a little different, as noted by Gran Turismo specialized website GT Planet. Previously, in particular in April, May, and June, we were given a side-on perspective of the hidden cars in separate photographs. This month, however, we are given a top-down view of all of them in one picture.

What kind of cars may these be? The 1982/3 Nissan Skyline Super Silhouette, which can be seen in the bottom-right corner, hasn’t been seen in the series since Gran Turismo 2, according to GTP.

The Maserati A6GCS Spider, commonly known as the A6GCS/53, is another possibility for the top vehicle. It’s a little harder to make out the car at the bottom left, but smarter folks than I think it might be the Porsche 918 Spyder, the second member of the “Hypercar Holy Trinity.”

Gran Turismo 7

There is currently no word on what else might be included in the update except the three cars. Given the distance between now and the Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup final round, we have a strong suspicion that a track will be built soon. We might have to wait until the last week of next month to learn what that is because it happens toward the end of August.

Players will continue to wish for the game to include the option to sell automobiles among other things. This is a feature that was clearly mentioned in the early GT7 plan as coming in the near-term, however it has not yet been implemented. A problem with lobbies is also the inability to save and load settings and the reliability of the connection.


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