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Discussion in 'Cars' started by EvanJamesLee, Jan 22, 2014.
It's amazing that the tri-5 (1955, 1956, 1957) Chevy's are not in this game. This is a glaring omission for the Chevrolet brand.
Some Specification about the 1957 Bel Air Sport Coupe 283 V8 Corvette Ramjet FI 283 hp :
Powertrain: 4638 cc (283cui) , V8 , Ramjet fuel injection , 287 hp / 6200 rpm , 393 Nm / 4400 rpm , 3-speed Syncro-Mesh
Dimensions: Length 5080 mm , Width 1877 mm , Height 1486 mm , Shipping Weight 1457 kg
Performance: Top speed 194 km/h , 0-100 km/h 7,5 sec
* Spec from 1957 Bel Air brochure
I'm not a huge Chevy fan, but I do like chrome. This car should certainly be in the game!
That's one heck of a car, so heck yeah!
One of the finest pieces of Americana, looking absolutely at it's best. Almost makes me want to watch Pulp Fiction.
You like American Classic Cars right Kaz? Try this!
I don't know why this has never been featured in any Gran Turismo game. This car, is honestly one of the top 5 most iconic Chevrolets ever.
Kaz, you've added names like the Corvette, Camaro, El Camino, Nova, etc. but not the Bel Air!?
These cars are good for weddings, drive-in movies and cruising around the town at 25 mph. That’s it. I actually owned a ‘56 Bel Air a few years back, but I would never want it to be included in Gran Turismo, and I can’t see why anyone would. The old VW bus is boring enough, and that’s a goddam go kart compared to these American dinosaurs.
It's the novelty of it. Gran Turismo has always had slow boring novelty cars. The PS4/Sport era is no different.
Literally the classic iconic American car. Definitely like to see it in game.