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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by sirjim73, Oct 19, 2019.
I saw somewhere Alfa Romeo VGT... but I could be wrong
From what I remember the Alfa Romeo withdrew from the VGT project around November 2014 or so. Yes there's that Montreal Vision GT but that has nothing to do with the actual project as far as I'm concerned.
A Suzuki VGT inspired by the legend itself.
It’s a Holden V8 Supercars VGT.
I sure hope it’s Lamborghini. I expect their Vision car to have very wild styling and advanced technology that isn’t borderline science-fiction like the Chaparral and the Tomahawks.
I don't think this page from the gran Turismo website has been tasked about in this thread
Down at the bottom of the page it shows some manufacturers that have vgts coming soon
Or maybe an official reveal/teaser video of the Porsche VGT.
Their previous announcement was kinda falling short.
I wish Spa Vision Gt
With loopings and other Mario-Kart or Wipeout stuff?
Suzuki entrys Manufacturer Exhibition on TMS(WT5) but Suzuki has no VGT or Gr.3 car.
Suzuki does seem like a good bet.
If not, I looked at the list of manufacturers at the TMS and noted Renault and Alpine are also present, as is Lexus and, err, Kawasaki
My instinct with this VGT is suggesting to me that there will be either a "real" car at the event, or a scale model, which will be unveiled on morning of 25th and then on the show floor at TMS. Just a guess though.
With one of the old proposed tracks:
No, that is a real car and therefore doesn't qualify as VGT.
I would love the monster 919 Evo to be added though.
To be honest, Suzuki NEEDS something in GT Sport. I don't want the manufacturer to be known only for the Swift.
And hope the VGT has other category uses and not just X but who knowns.
Glad to see another VGT coming.
I would like that. I love Alpha and VGTs too.
Could be a time traveller who likes the renamed Toro Rosso in 2020.
That's gotta be an auto-correct, surely??
I wonder if it could alternatively be an automaker that hasn't been announced as being part of VGT yet? That said, it'd be nice if we got VGTs from the American automakers sooner than later - they could be good for letting Ford and Chevrolet have Gr.1 cars, possible DPi/hypercar-class racers aside. I mean, Dodge/SRT got into Gr.1 with its VGT, so I'd hope that with a combination of real-world prototype racers (e.g. DPi), VGTs, and the upcoming WEC hypercar class, we could see a Gr.1 component be added to the Manufacturer Series.
Im gonna guess Corvette VGT. A year or so back, both Kaz and GT liked Chevy and Corvette pages at the same time. My guess it was about this announcement. I know it's not really much of a clue but I just have a gut feeling...
Elon Musk is taking so long with the Tesla VGT.It already has a obvious perfect name Falcon X or Falcon GTX
The GSX-R/4 comes to mind. A few years ago, Yamaha had a concept using the iStream platform.
About past concepts, I still like the early sketch of the Ford VGT.
VGT? Nope, don't care.
I hope it’s Tesla. That would be amazing.
Since none of us know the correct answer and it is fun to come up with theories I'm going to throw out Mercedes. They were the very first VGT released so we know they're committed to the project but also released a car with an IC engine, do they still feel that is a vision for their future. It's not impossible that we see Mercedes VGT 2.0 with an electric motor released at roughly the same time as their FE debut.
Dacia Sandero Vision GT
I still expect this - https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...-unveiled-on-25-october.390394/#post-12900918
But I'm wishing it's this,
Chevy created the Chapparal VGT for the program. So no, it won't be a Corvette VGT.