Gran Turismo Sport, the latest in the long running racing series exclusive to Playstation, will no have microtransactions. Yes, you read that correctly.
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Hyundai will show off a trio of performance concepts and cars at the Frankfurt Motor Show, including the N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo.
We take our first drive of the newest Gran Turismo Vision car, the SRT Tomahawk. We take our first drive of the newest Gran Turismo Vision car, the SRT Tomahawk.
SRT is the latest to create a Vision Gran Turismo concept for the PlayStation 3 game. The designers call their creation the Tomahawk, and it's a single-seat, hybrid performance car that can deploy a massive amount of active aero at the rear.
Peugeot is the latest to unveil its Vision Gran Turismo concept - a sleeker version of the 208 T16 Pikes Peak racer, boasting 875 horsepower and a 0-62 time of 1.7 seconds.
Volkswagen follows up on the GTI Roadster concept with a second Vision Gran Turismo design in the form of the new GTI Supersport, complete with 500-horsepower VR6 engine gunning for your PlayStation.
Volkswagen prepares to unveil yet another GTI-based Vision concept for the virtual reality world of Gran Turismo, previewed in these latest teaser renderings and video.
Mini gears up to hit the virtual racetrack with its Vision Gran Turismo concept, based on the upcoming new Clubman and upgraded with a hefty dose of attitude.
Alpine's design for Gran Turismo 6 is both futuristic and retro, and could be the coolest Vision Gran Turismo concept we've seen yet. If only we could drive it off our screens and onto the road or track.
Mazda is the latest automaker to design something racy just for the virtual world of Gran Turismo, reviving the spirit of the legendary 787B with a KODO twist.
Just about any car has to be designed with some sort of limitations, whether it's a production car that has to be usable on the road, a racecar that has to comply with regulations, or even a concept car that does, at the end of the day, actually need to be crafted out of real materials and wheeled onto a stage. But the Vision Gran Turismo series imposes no such limitations. Designed only for a virtual reality, the project allows for designers to craft a purely fantastical design whose limits fal
There's something wondrous about the Vision Gran Turismo series of concepts that has let companies go wild with completely imaginary concepts for Gran Turismo. For Chevrolet's crack at the idea, it has taken a page out of its performance past with the Chaparral Can-Am racers of the '60s and '70s, with its designers having reinterpreted that period look for the future of motorsports as the Chaparral 2X.
Ever wonder what it would look like if Subaru made a big brother to the BRZ, maybe to take on the Nissan GT-R or Japan's Super GT series? (Well, the BRZ already competes in the GT300 class, but we're talking about the GT500 major leagues here.) Wonder no more, car fans, because it'd probably look something like this. Only it's not a road car, and it's not a racecar. It's the latest addition to the growing roster of Vision Gran Turismo concepts for GT6.
Well, this wasn't something we expected. We knew Chevrolet was going to be getting in on the Vision Gran Turismo party, but it was kind of just assumed that the concept would be based on one of the brand's production performance cars, with the still-newish Corvette seeming like the obvious choice. Instead, though, Chevy has thrown one hell of a curve ball with its teaser for the Chaparral Vision Gran Turismo.
The video game Gran Turismo arguably wasn't the first great driving simulator, but it came along at just the right time to do things no other console game had ever done so well before. First, the Sony PlayStation allowed for 3D graphics that could create a recognizable model of a car in 360 degrees. Also, GT offered a huge breadth of vehicles that could get almost anyone interested. Up to that point in time, most driving games focused on just Formula 1, rallying, production cars, or other specif
Gran Turismo 6 has been the preferred marketing springboard for quite a few brands and concept cars since its debut last winter. Specifically the GT Vision concept idea – allowing manufacturers a built-in place to offer up new, original, drivable content – has enticed the likes of Mercedes, Nissan, Volkswagen, Toyota and more to dream big on the digital stage before pulling the sheets back on real concept cars.