Latest patch features the high-speed Red Bull Ring and iconic sports-coupés
Tomorrow, the latest free content drop for GT Sport goes live for all players, and today we’re thrilled to detail exactly what you can expect. As well as a selection of iconic vehicles being added to Brand Central, drivers will be able to test their skills on our latest track addition – the blistering Red Bull Ring. You’ll find all the details below, and as always, stay tuned to PlayStation Blog for the latest GT news and updates.
Rolling into Brand Central are eight stunning new vehicles, including legends of motor racing history like the Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupé and Ford Mark IV Race Car.
- Ford Mark IV Race Car ’67
- Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupé ’64
- Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo
- Abarth 500 ’09
- Abarth 1500 Biposto Bertone B.A.T 1 ’52
- Volkswagen 1200 ’66
- Mini-Cooper ‘S’ ’65
- Lancia DELTA HF Integrale Evoluzione ’91
New track – Red Bull Ring
Located in the stunning landscape of Styria, Austria, the Red Bull Ring is an intense high-speed circuit combining tight corners and long flat-out straights. While the course layout appears simple, its hilly topography makes it far more challenging than it initially seems. The full track as well as a short version has been included, and both are playable in reverse.
New to the ever-expanding collection of GT League Events, we’ve introduced three additional challenges for drivers of all experience levels, including:
- Beetle & Samba Bus Festa – Beginner League
- Group 3 Cup – Amateur League
- Nostalgic 1979 – Professional League
In Sport Mode, players can now view an “Archive” of previous championship rankings, as well as measure and test their network quality. Players can also now explore the Zagato Museum, and in Scapes Mode, a special section on Cuba has been added. Finally, last month’s scenic Saint-Croix circuit has been added to the Circuit Experience
Remember: You can find all the latest info on upcoming GT Sport content here on PlayStation Blog or on the official Gran Turismo website. Until next time, drivers, we’ll see you out on the track.