Gran Turismo 6 Update 1.10 Brings Two New Vision GT Cars

Gran Turismo 6 226 July 25, 2014 by
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A new update for Gran Turismo 6 has gone live, and brings with it two highly anticipated Vision GT project cars from Aston Martin and Nissan. Here’s a closer look at what’s new in 1.10, now available worldwide as a free 2.1GB download:

Aston Martin DP-100 Vision Gran Turismo

The new car can be purchased in the Vision GT section of GT6, or you can win it in a new Seasonal Event, available for a limited time. The car is powered by a twin-turbo, mid-engined V12 which produces 800 BHP.

“NISSAN CONCEPT 2020 Vision Gran Turismo”

Nissan’s radical Vision GT car focused on aerodynamics, and – despite its aggressive appearance – actually contains a 2+2 seating arrangement inside. The powertrain utilizes a high performance hybrid FR-4WD system with a V6 twin turbo engine, combined with 3 electric motors.

Brake Caliper Paint

It is now possible to repaint the brake calipers on cars equipped with [Racing Brakes] purchased within the [Suspension] menu of [Tuning Parts]. Please note there are certain cars that cannot be repainted using this feature.

More Car Number Customization Options

More cars have been made compatible with the [Driver Number] feature in the [Garage]. There is also an increased selection of [Base] sheet designs on which the numbers can be displayed.

Engine brake reduction control on formula cars disabled

Engine brake reduction control that was active on certain formula cars has been disabled. This is a feature that helps you avoid spinning out from excessive braking forces generated by the engine while the throttle is in the off position. This was accomplished by slightly opening the throttle while cornering even with no input to the accelerator.

Other Changes?

As always, our community is already busy inspecting the latest update for any and all changes which were not mentioned in the official release notes. See you in the forums!

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