The next Gran Turismo 7 update is coming this week, with four new cars

Gran Turismo series founder Kazunori Yamauchi has I moved to Twitter To announce the next update of Grand Touring 7Coming to consoles next week.

It’s coming a little sooner than expected, arriving about three weeks after the previous content update on September 29. This is the shortest amount of time between content updates to date, with content updates separated by four or five weeks – and with the exception of 1.15 and 1.17, on the last Thursday of each month.

Another unusual aspect is that the update, which we’re tentatively calling 1.25, will bring four new cars instead of the three we’ve seen teasing with every update so far:

It seems relatively easy to get acquainted with this group of cars, although there are some qualifications. Probably the most visible car is the one on the lower left, which looks like a 1973 Nissan Skyline GTR.

Often nicknamed “Kenmeri”, due to a promotion involving a married couple named Ken and Mary, Nissan produced only 197 models of this car – Nissan’s last with an S20 engine – making it one of the rarest GT-Rs in all. This is great for the Legends Cars dealer.

To his right sits the fourth generation Mazda MX-5/Roadster. This can be a slightly controversial option, like GT7 She already has an ND form. However, the current vehicle is a 1.5 liter model, so the alternative could be a 2.0 liter. With the legendary MX-5s set of special editions, it won’t be possible to install them precisely until the car is officially revealed.

In the upper right corner we find an updated model of the Nissan GT-R GT3. First competition in 2018, this car used a post-MY17 chassis for the first time, along with improvements to the 2012 car and its 2015 update.

It’s hard to tell if the car was the original 2018 version or the less common 2020 Evo, as the physical differences were small. It could also be a specific team vehicle, such as one of the GT300s running in the Super GT series.

Finally, in the upper right corner is the Maserati Merak. This is a derivative of the V6 from the Maserati Bora, and in fact the two cars are virtually identical to the B-pillar. However, the Merak features a reworked rear end, dictated in part by the different engines, including an open rear with “flying strut”-style C-pillars rather than Glass covered cabin.

Although hard to distinguish from the silhouettes, the car appears to be an ordinary Merak due to the lack of the hood-mounted grille from the high-performance SS (and later, the lower-production 2000GT).

These teasers only include cars that will appear in the update, so other contents and features are unknown at this time. However, players may expect a new track this month, as there seems to be a pattern in the updates so far.

Every other update so far has either brought a new circuit or new layouts into an existing one. The May, July, and September updates did not include a circuit, while the April, June, and August updates did. Additionally, the April and August updates added variations to the existing tracks – Spa-Francorchamps and Barcelona – with June bringing Watkins Glen as the only completely new track. So it seems that October has ushered in a new path.

As for other features and changes, the addition of the Promised Car Sale feature is a feature that the community has still come to expect. There will likely be other tweaks as well, including a new set of engine swaps and more cafe menu books.

We don’t have an exact update date yet, but we’re expecting it to be around Thursday, October 20th.

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