The award-winning Real Driving Simulator series speeds onto PlayStation 4 for the first time, putting you on course for high octane thrills to truly get your pulse racing.
Sharing the wheel with FIA (Federation Internationale de l'Automobile), Polyphony Digital has engineered a finely tuned and accessible game that everyone from casual drivers to petrol heads can enjoy.
Buckle up for two online championships – represent your country in the Nations Cup, and drive on behalf of your favourite car maker in the Manufacturer’s Cup.
Can you claim a historic victory in the first video game to be officially recognised as part of the real motoring world?
Every vehicle has been digitally recreated in remarkable detail. From the internal structure of the headlights to the stitching of the seats, the team at Polyphony Digital Inc. have set out to infuse every vehicle with same passion that drove its original designers.
The full line-up consists of over 174 vehicles, including both competition and production vehicles that deliver a mix that caters to all driving enthusiasts.
Vision Gran Turismo allowed the world’s auto makers to design fantasy road cars and bring them to life in the virtual world of Gran Turismo 6. This project will continue in Gran Turismo Sport.
In the same way you drive a real car, you will be able to control the vehicle represented in the game with increased depth to the controls. While it’s based on the principles of the very first Gran Turismo, the new physics engine has evolved significantly, making it suited for beginners and experts alike.
From basic skills such as hitting the brakes and how to turn into a corner, fundamentals can be learned from the bottom up, which will prove invaluable for newcomers to driving games.
Building on the popularity of the many racetracks featured in previous Gran Turismo titles, including the Nürburgring Nordschleife (North Loop), there will be a number of new tracks in Gran Turismo Sport appearing in the series for the first time ever. These include the legendary “Tokyo Expressway” and the half-mile oval dubbed the “Northern Isle Speedway.”
A total of 17 locations with over 40 courses feature in Gran Turismo Sport, taking drivers everywhere from the Japanese metropolis to the Mexican-American border.
Strap in for a heart-racing single player mode which includes a series of classic cups and endurance races that have appeared in past GT titles. Do you have the skill to take pole position in fan favourites such as the Sunday Cup, Clubman Cup and FF Challenge?
Get behind the wheel of the latest and greatest road vehicles from around the world and original dream machines. Here is a closer look at four of the 174+ cars available to you.
The race cars featured in Gran Turismo Sport are classified into categories based on real-world motorsports and tweaked to provide equal conditions during competition. For example, this means that if you’ve always wanted to see GT3 versions of your favourite cars compete with others on the track, this is the place to be
Want to see the world’s premier auto makers, such as Bugatti, Peugeot and Volkswagen, design their own fantasy machines? We can go one better – Vision Gran Turismo not only lets you see these wondrous cars come to life, you can also race them in-game.
From commercial vehicles to concept and race cars – each of the automobiles in GT Sport can be divided into six categories.
Stock condition vehicles including commercially sold automobiles and concept cars. This category is subdivided from the N100 to N1000 class, according to engine power.
Race cars with basic modifications, including the addition of safety equipment and weight reduction. These are equivalent to the real world FIA GT4 Class cars.
Race vehicles with full race modifications, including wider bodies and aerodynamics improvements. These are equivalent to the real world FIA GT3 Class.
These are ultra-high performance racing vehicles with specially developed bodies and engines. This category includes real world prototype sportscars.
These are extreme vehicles that do not fit in any existing race category.
These are rally cars modified for driving on dirt, with reinforced suspension and higher ride heights.
Presented in 2017, the Lexus’ beautiful modern coupe features flowing lines emerging from its elegant front fascia. The powertrain consists of a five litre V8 engine producing 477ps, combined with a direct shift 10-speed automatic transmission – the first for any passenger car to date.
As an addition to the 2nd generation model of the Cayman type 981C engine, this high performance racer is powered by the 3.8L horizontally opposed six cylinder engine of the Porsche 911 Carrera S. Many parts, such as the front suspension and brake system, are also carried over from the 911 GT3.
This impressive machine was born from the ‘Vision Gran Turismo’ project, in which various automobile manufacturers around the world designed a sports car for the series. The monolithic shape, which only stands 1.04m above ground, creates a look that differs greatly from other sports cars, while this competition model is modified specifically for Gr. 3 category racing.
Toyota’s direct rival to the Porsche 919, this Prototype car boasts a hybrid powertrain combined with a turbocharged 2.4 litre direct injection V6 with a Motor Generator Unit (MGU). The TS050’s settings for its inclusion in GT Sport were chosen by Kamui Kobayashi, the driver who set the new course record at the real life Le Mans, using this car.
Refusing to be defined by any existing race category, this new driving experience is a collaborative effort between the Honda Design Team and Gran Turismo. Fusing motorcycle and car, its power to weight ratio is an impressive 1ps:1.88kg, with an aluminium-carbon composite frame powered by the Honda RC213V-S motorcycle’s compact V4 engine.
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