GT Sport rings in 2019 with a huge new content update, including new cars and a fan-favorite circuit.
Another year, another month, and another free content update for GT Sport is right around the corner! From tomorrow, drivers will be able to download patch 1.32 (internet connection required) — featuring a huge selection of eight new cars as well as the return of an old-school fan-favorite track: Special Stage Route X.
Rolling into Brand Central are eight new vehicles, from 50’s classic open-top roadsters to enthusiast Japanese Coupés.
- Porsche 356 A/1500 GS GT Carrera Speedster ’56
- Aston Martin DB3S CN.1 ’53
- Shelby G.T.350 ’65
- Ferrari Dino 246 GT ’71
- Nissan Fairlady Z Version S (Z33) ’07
- Honda Integra Type R (DC2) ’98
- BMW Z8 ’01
- TVR Tuscan Speed 6 ’00
New Track: Special Stage Route X
This massive oval track of roughly 18 miles in length has been hugely popular in license tests and high-speed races in the past editions of the Gran Turismo series, and has now returned for GT Sport. With a simple layout consisting of two seven-mile straights and two banked corners, drivers can enjoy top-speed challenges and extreme high-speed battles where utilizing slipstreams is essential.
This month, we’re introducing a new event where the “Z” takes the leading role, and we’ve updated four existing events with new rounds.
- New Event: Z Heritage (Beginner League)
- Two additional rounds added to “Stars & Stripes”
- Two additional rounds added to the “Vision Gran Turismo Trophy”
- Two additional rounds added to the “X2014 Nations Cup”
- One additional round added to the “Gr. 1 Prototype Endurance Series”
Finally, we’ve added the “Tokyo Expressway — South Inner Loop” from last month’s update to the Circuit Experience. And in Scape mode, we’ve added Cambridge — a stunning British city of historical architecture and cutting-edge science.
We hope you enjoy this month’s update, and remember you can find all the latest GT info here on PlayStation Blog and on the official Gran Turismo website. Until next time, drivers, we’ll see you out on the track.