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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by RACECAR, Dec 5, 2018.
Corvette C2 is great sport car i love the brown interior in Daytona blue color very elegant looking.
Not less real. Less detail.
Bought the P1 GTR
The damn thing almost hits 430 km/h on Mulsanne on stock downforce setup. I thought P1s were electronically limited to 350ish?
Mighty impressive brakes tho, gotta admit
The P1 is the most fun car to drive in GT Sport.
Haha. I was going to ask - where are you driving it?
And is it because I am a pad user? I didn't find it fun. Fast, yes. Fun, no.
GTSport P1 GTR at Tokyo Expressway South Outer Loop. The blue flames all over the place! This game is just beautiful.
Yups it is a good car even I have to drive it with the gamepad for now .
Finally got my hands on the last car of this DLC: the F50
Sounds good, drives good, looks exquisite in Argento Nürburgring. And much more usable than the P1 because it is N-class. Very nice car
I'm getting money after qualifying runs for daily races. Is this new?
It's been always that from Day 1.
We have been out for 6 weeks (a lot of work going on + HDMI port gave up (playing GT6 for the last week actually, it works as a sort of methadone)
I was wondering if the throttle map has improved with the last update.
Is it still non-linear? yes.
It's been long overdue, but I have to say, this update is one of the best yet. The new Tokyo Expressway layouts are fantastic, and the cars that I managed to get from the new batch are just amazing. It's surprising how they all have great handling, and the ones that surprised me the most are the Firebird and the F50. The Firebird is a muscle car, yeah? I haven't got the C2 Vette and P1 GTR yet, but I'm willing to bet that those two are amazing as well.
That's debatable. Once emissions regulations set in, it took GM a good 15 years to figure out a competent fuel injected V8. Everything inbetween that period (including the Smokey & Bandit T/A) was ~150hp smogger junk. Closer to a Pony Car or maybe even a grand tourer.
Finally got to put some laps on the new Tokyo layouts. I chose the MIGHTY Corvette C7 Stingray for the South Inner Loop:
VR onboard hotlap:
Spoiler: C7 Corvette VR Interior Tour
184 mph over the speed limit... Thank goodness Skippy didn't make his annual appearance.
Not as daunting as some of the posts I've read. Just be respectful and enjoy the ride.
I know I’m late to the party, I just popped GTS in last night after a few months off, and was pleasantly suprised to see a new Tokyo layout. So far these have been my favourite tracks in GTS, just for cruising around and putting miles on.
When I saw the new circuit maps, I was really excited, but was a little disappointed to discover that both new Tokyo circuits are shorter and more cramped that I had hoped for. To me the new ones feel almost identical to the older Central routes. Also not a fan of the chicane, I wish there was a version of the circuit without it. I get that it’s fun for touring car racing, but for street cruising, Wangan and Kanjo style racing, it kind of kills the flow and emmersion.
Overall I’m still happy to see the new circuit, but it’s not entirely what I was hoping for. I really want to see some Tokyo combined layouts, and a return of a really long high speed section like SSR7 or SSRX.