Mileage Exchange Update for GT Sport Brings New Paints and Wheels

Gran Turismo Sport 47 January 16, 2018 by

There’s a new selection of rare items in the GT Sport Mileage Exchange this week, as Polyphony Digital has updated the store.

Sticking to its normal schedule, this week’s update is only a minor one, with new wheels and paints. There’s a new Tow decal, but otherwise the Exchange has simply cycled the sticker, pose and helmet options.

Most of the wheel selection is new, with the only repeats being the three BBS RI-D wheels. These last appeared at the beginning of November though, so it’s been a while.

Paint choices this week are all-new, majoring on darker oranges, reds and blues. The colorshift paint sticks to this theme, with a red-orange-yellow flip. There’s an unusual P9, with the small flake finish, which is one of only three “9” colors we’ve seen to date. Manufacturer special paints for the week come from Lexus.

The cars remain unchanged for the week, as this is only a minor update. That means you’ve got one more week with the Alfa Romeo Gr.3 Road Car before the next change. As we’ve now seen all of the Gr.3 and Gr.B Road Cars, it seems likely that the cycle will start again next week with the first, the Chevrolet Corvette Gr.3 Road Car.

The next update arrives at 0900 UTC on January 23. Be sure to pick up this week’s new items while you can before then. Don’t forget to check out our tips and tricks on how to get quick points via the Achievements, in case you need to collect any more Mi points before your time runs out.

GT Sport Mileage Exchange – January 16 – January 23

Special Cars

  • BMW M4 Safety Car – Gr.X – 4000 Mi
  • Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.3 Road Car – N500 – 2500 Mi

Wheels

  • ADVAN Racing RZ-DF (Silver) – 100 Mi
  • ADVAN Racing RZ-DF (Black) – 100 Mi
  • ENKEI RP03 (Chrome) – 100 Mi
  • RAYS 57Ultimate (Silver) – 100 Mi
  • RAYS 57Ultimate (Blue) – 100 Mi
  • RAYS 57Ultimate (Red) – 100 Mi
  • RAYS 57Ultimate (Black) – 100 Mi
  • RAYS 57Ultimate (Matte Silver) – 100 Mi
  • RAYS 57Ultimate (Blue Chrome) – 100 Mi
  • OZ Racing Superturismo WRC (White) – 100 Mi
  • WORK XSA04C (Silver) – 100 Mi
  • WORK XSA04C (Chrome) – 100 Mi
  • BBS RI-D (Chrome) – 100 Mi
  • BBS RI-D (Silver) – 100 Mi
  • BBS RI-D (Black) – 100 Mi
  • RAYS Center Lock Wheel (Black) – 100 Mi

Decals

  • Extinguisher Switch 02 – 100 Mi
  • Kill Switch 02 – 100 Mi
  • TOW 09 – 100 Mi

Helmets

  • Arai GP-6 Metallic GT – 2000 Mi
  • Arai GP-6 Metallic – 2000 Mi

Profile Poses

  • Driver Pose 4 – 500 Mi
  • Driver Pose 5 – 500 Mi

Special Colors

  • Heat blue contrast layering – 500 Mi
  • Lava orange crystal shine – 500 Mi
  • O1 Chrome (Orange) – 1,000 Mi
  • ROY Colorshift (Red/Orange/Yellow) – 500 Mi
  • Y1 Dark Flakes L (Brown) – 500 Mi
  • R2 Dark Flakes S (Burgundy) – 500 Mi
  • O1 Candy Met. (Orange) – 500 Mi
  • P2 Matte (Purple) – 500 Mi
  • P2 Dark Flakes S (Purple) – 500 Mi
  • P9 Small Flakes (Pink) – 500 Mi
  • B7 Matte Metallic (Blue) – 500 Mi
  • B5 Matte Fluorescent (Blue) – 500 Mi
  • B3 Fluorescent (Blue) – 500 Mi
  • W6 Half Matte (Gray) – 500 Mi

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