GT6 Update 1.20 Released, Brings SRT Tomahawk Vision GT Car, Goodwood FoS Update

Gran Turismo 6 79 June 25, 2015 by
SRT Tomahawk Vision GT_7

The latest update for Gran Turismo 6, version 1.20, has just gone live, and brings with it an update to the Goodwood Hill Climb course and one of the more hotly anticipated Vision GT cars: the radical SRT Tomahawk.

The Tomahawk comes in three versions, all of which can be won in its new accompanying Seasonal Events within the game. Check out the full SRT Tomahawk announcement for more details.

GTPlanet will also be hosting a special online competition featuring the most extreme version of the car, the Tomahawk X – so keep an eye out for more announcements next week!

The Goodwood Festival of Speed also kicks off this weekend in the UK, where Mazda is the featured manufacturer for the event. To celebrate, Mazda’s 787B and LM55 Vision GT concept take the spotlight in the event’s “Central Feature” sculpture, which has just been added to the game via this 1.20 update. The older, 2014 version of the Goodwood Hill Climb course will still be available in Arcade Mode and Free Runs.


The LM55 concept car itself has also been updated within the game to match its real-world model, which brings some changes to the wheels, tires, and stickers. Finally, the GT Academy cars which were used in the 2015 qualifier rounds have been added to the Nissan dealership within the game, including the Nissan Zytek Z11SN Greaves Motorsports and GT-R LM NISMO.

As always, visit our Gran Turismo 6 forum for more analysis and discussion, as our community combs through the latest update to discover any smaller, undocumented changes!

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