Beautiful Ferrari Vision GT unveiled for Gran Turismo 7


The stunning Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo is about to roar in GT7.

Today, during the 2022 GT World Series Nations Cup Finals, Sony Interactive Entertainment unveiled the Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo for Gran Turismo 7.

The car was teased a few days ago and today we get to see it in all its glory. It was built in collaboration between Ferrari engineers and Polyphony Digital itself.

That means the definition of “Vision Gran Turismo” as they are concept cars developed together with real manufacturers and brands, but specifically for the game and not for the real production, even if made realistic.

While the car shares the engine architecture that powers the Ferrari 499P, it has been taken to the extreme, delivering 1,030 hp (1,015.8 hp) at 9,000 rpm, with an additional 240 kW (321.5 hp) delivered via three electric motors are pressed.

Incidentally, the 2022 Nations Cup World Champion is Coque Lopez from Spain, after a dramatic race that ended in a controversial final. Angel Inastroza of Chine was second while Takuma Miyazono was third.

You can check out the new car below in a video released by Sony, while another is available from Ferrari.

Gran Turismo 7 is currently available for PS5 and PS4 and you can read our review.

The game has just received a significant update to celebrate its 25th anniversary with the addition of the BMW M2 Competition ’18, the Ford Sierra RS 500 Cosworth ’87, the Nissan Silvia K’s Aero (S14) ’96, the Red Bull X2019 25th Anniversary Special Edition race car and Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta. Beautiful Ferrari Vision GT unveiled for Gran Turismo 7

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