Gran Turismo Sport 1.40 Balance of Performance (BoP) Changes Detailed

Gran Turismo Sport 122 July 4, 2019 by

With the release of Gran Turismo Sport update 1.40 on June 27, a selection of cars in the game have seen their Balance of Performance (BoP) adjusted to equalize performance in their respective categories. Earlier today, Polyphony Digital published an official list of changes to all 23 affected vehicles.

Despite the changes, BoP will almost certainly remain one of the more controversial aspects of GT Sport. The cars are equalized using AI reference lap times and human test drivers, but it’s not an exact science, inevitably leading to some cars performing better than others.

What do you think about the latest changes? Share your thoughts and see what others are saying here in our forums.

Gr.1 Class

  • Peugeot 908 HDi FAP – Team Peugeot Total ’10 [Power Ratio : 90% > 91%]

Gr.2 Class

  • Honda EPSON NSX ’08 [Power Ratio : 121% >122%]
  • Lexus PETRONAS TOM’S SC430 ’08 [Power Ratio : 130% >132%]
  • Nissan XANAVI NISMO GT-R ’08 [Power Ratio : 126% >128%]

Gr.3 Class

  • Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.3 [Power Ratio : 105% > 104%] [Weight Reduction Ratio : 105% > 104%]
  • Audi R8 LMS (Audi Sport Team WRT) ’15 [Power Ratio : 93% > 90%] [Weight Reduction Ratio : 108% > 106%]
  • BMW M6 GT3 M Power Livery ’16 [Weight Reduction Ratio : 102% > 103%]
  • BMW M6 GT3 (Walkenhorst Motorsport) ’16 [Weight Reduction Ratio : 102% > 103%]
  • Dodge Viper SRT GT3-R ’15 [Power Ratio : 81% > 82%]
  • Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 ’13 [Power Ratio : 99% > 97%] [Weight Reduction Ratio : 109% > 107%]
  • Honda NSX Gr.3 [Power Ratio : 99% > 97%] [Weight Reduction Ratio : 102% > 100%]
  • Lamborghini Huracán GT3 ’15 [Power Ratio : 96% > 94%] [Weight Reduction Ratio : 108% > 106%]
  • Lexus RC F GT3 (Emil Frey Racing) ’17 [Weight Reduction Ratio : 102% > 103%]
  • Lexus RC F GT3 prototype (Emil Frey Racing) ’16 [Weight Reduction Ratio : 102% > 103%]
  • McLaren 650S GT3 ’15 [Power Ratio : 110% > 109%] [Weight Reduction Ratio : 107% > 106%]
  • Peugeot RCZ Gr.3 [Power Ratio : 107% > 106%] [Weight Reduction Ratio : 110% > 109%]
  • Toyota FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo (Gr.3) [Power Ratio : 100% > 101%] [Weight Reduction Ratio : 102% > 103%]

Gr.4 Class

  • Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.4 [Weight Reduction Ratio : 109% > 108%]
  • BMW M4 Gr.4 [Power Ratio : 99% > 98%]
  • Honda NSX Gr.4 [Weight Reduction Ratio : 108% > 107%]
  • Lexus RC F Gr.4 [Weight Reduction Ratio : 103% > 104%]
  • Renault Sport Mégane Trophy ’11 [Power Ratio : 87% > 88%]
  • Subaru WRX Gr.4 [Weight Reduction Ratio : 102% > 101%]

Featured GT Sport image by Nuschel01.

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