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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Formidable, Oct 27, 2015.
TBA maybe Supra GT4 and a new track?
Well now, I'm very intrigued.
Speaking of next week:
I sense new content of some kind inbound. Is it just new cars, multiple new tracks? Its speculating time.
Maybe I'm overlooking something, I don't see any mention of Gran Turismo there, only Forza.
Wait what GT-One finally man really?
They mention in the comments the Tokyo event
Maybe the TBA´s races
Supra GT4 or Taycan in a wet track and SPA or new circuit with something new?
So the Toyota GT-One (TS020) may come. It may come with the R390 GT1 and CLM LM or maybe the Speed 8 and any other LMP900.
Maybe something new too in the N500 race!
That Toyota TS020 GT One was a 346mph beast in GT5 and GT6 with no slipstream. Its always been special at achieving ludicrously high speeds even in past Gran Turismos even before GT5.
As far as I'm aware the competitors don't have the car list yet.
They do have a venue though. This one:
It's called "Toyota Mega Web". Toyota. And there's displays of Toyotas in it - old cars, new cars, race cars...
... I think you know where I'm going with this.
Or a Prius
I don't think you've quite followed the conversation here.
People are citing @Sidawg2's Tweet to SuperGT about seeing the TS020 next week as the TS020 coming to GT Sport - because Si is a World Tour finalist for the Tokyo event next weekend. However I'm not aware that they have a car list for the event or any details on an update (which is more likely the week after next) yet - but they are going to an event on Friday at a venue where the real car is, thus he'll see it next week.
That GT One...if Pyramid Head had a car!
That's sad, so they just only display the real model.
Hmmm, if it's in the Pro-Am race, it's either a one make race or the car is compatible with others. My bet is on a one make race as all the Vision GTs fall into GR. X and I can't see why that would change now.
The real question is, which manufacturer/designer could it be. I dont think there are any Japanese manufacturers not already included so, even though it's in Tokyo, I think it's a non Japanese make. Too early to be Porsche based on the previous announcement. Which manufacturers are left from GT6? Ford stands out as a big make not yet included as does Lamborghini if I recall.
its the Jordan VGT
Figured the TS020 was going to be "venue furniture" for the Tokyo World Tour, the possibility of it being in the next update seemed too good to be true.
Here she is in all her Glory!
That's at least four different cars, and the top image is the car on display at Toyota Mega Web, which is where the event will take place...:
Who said that was a work around, that's an assumed thing, if it was then why do so many games run both manufactures? Simple because it wasn't really a work around and I'm sure RUF had and effort in the exposure gains they'd make in other markets by making their license so nonrestrictive/nonexclusive. I get what you were trying to say, doesn't make it any less wrong.
>TFW you want the TS020 in GTS' next update badly but then realize it'll probably contain road cars only as usual
Rofl, you just answered my previous reply which was already a week ago.
But okay... if that's how you see it then. In my point of view, the exteriors of their models still reminds me of Porsche ones though.
Finally got 100% in Circuit Experience and Mission Challenge. All gold except for the 30 lap with the Porsche and the 30 min in Interlagos. Got 2nd place in both in the first try =(
>inb4 they add the TS020 road car
I sure would love to see some scapes added with a "studio" background like the official GT screenshots:
GT One the new SPA spam discussion
Gran Turismo One
I dreaming about premium GT one from GT5 prologue. If we get it, it will be 99 version like in previous games (only GT2 had 98 version). And I like 99 version more because it's faster and LMP GT car good for GR1 class. 98 version is GT1 car and like McLaren F1 GTR in could be in vrong category (GR2 or even GR3) because there is not GT1 class in Gran turismo.
It’s an identical car just with a year’s development.
The GT1 class became LMGTP.
Guys, we don't know if we'll get the GT-One! So don't get disappointed if it doesn't show up.
So, its not identical, it's same that you say that Ferrari formula one car is same as this year car.