click above image for more high-res screen shots from Gran Turismo 5

Autoblog loves a good racing simulation as much as the next blog. At the SEMA Show in Vegas last week, John was doing AB proud on Forza 2 Project Gotham Racing 3 and just got nipped for some cool swank at the end of the day. As cool as we think games like Forza and PGR are, we've also been covering the prolonged debut of Playstation's newest Gran Turismo offering. While Gran Turismo 5 won't be available for a while, GT5 Prologue is available in playable demo form as we speak. Nevertheless, we eagerly devour new screen shots when they surface since not a single Autoblogger owns a PS3. (Hear that, Santa?) The graphics are just so freakin' fantastic. To that end we have been keeping watch on the Playstation website for updates. Well, while we were preparing for SEMA some new pics got posted. There are lots of new screenshots on the GT website where you'll also find new videos, including the Ferrari F430 being given the spur. We assembled a quick gallery of screenshots too, which include the STi and GT-R looking an awful lot like the production versions of those cars. Click away.

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